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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1894)
VOL. XXI \
Entered at the Portonh-e tn McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY7, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894
CATES & HENRY, Props.
E Street, north of Third. Everything New and
First-claw- fonveyanee of Commercial Travel
er, a specialty Board and -tabling by the day or
month. We -«»licit a fair share of the local pat
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
South side Third St. between B and C.
TO V SO It i AI» PA lì LO RS,
Logan & Kutch, Prop's.
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
Cut Give Us a Call.
Baths are new and first-class in every re
spect. Ladies’ Baths and shampooing a special
ty. Employ none but first-class men. Don’t
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Manufactures and Deals in
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Brushes anil hc -H h them cheaper than
they can be bought any where else in
the Willamette Valley. Our ail home I
made sets of harness are pronounced
unsurpassable by those who buy them
Paid up Capital, >50,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
- - J. W COWLS.
Vice President, - LEE LAUGHLIN.
E. C. A PPERSON
Board of Directors:
J. W COWLES.
A. J. APPERSON.
J. L ROGERS
Hell Hight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
it rs on New York, «San Franaisco and Portland.
Deposits received subject to check, interest paid
on lime !»♦ ¡msits Loans money on approved
security. Collections made on all accessible
JOHN F. DERBY,
Proprietor of The McMinnville
Situated at the Southwest comer of the Fan
All »lr.es of ant-claas Drain Tile kept constantly
on bund al lowest living prices.
M c M innville ,
E. J. Qualey & Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AND ALL KINDS OF
AU work ftilly guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction. Kef tn l»y permission to Win. Me Chris
man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Holl's Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street.
«. K- «OVC1IIR.
J. ». CALBREATH.
Calbreath & Goucher.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
(Office over Braly's bank.)
M c M innville
Truck and Dray Go
B. E. COULTER. Prop.
Goods of all descriptions moved and
careful handlint: guaranteed. Collections
will be made monthly. Hauling of all
kinds done cheap.
Third St. 1 door W.
of Burns A Daniels
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Bent 25c Tira! in City.
Choice Fruits. Confections. Nuts and Cigars.
Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
Board by the Day or Week.
Progress of the Great Tran »»-Siberi
.HARVELOIS HAD OF GOLD.
Worth $30,000 Discovered
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Repor
Hon. A. K. Burbank of Lafayette has
been severely ill for some time.
Advices from Australia by the
San Francisco Examiner: One of
Rev. W. H. Jones and family of Wood-
steamer Warrimoe say that another
the greatest of modern enterprises
I burn visited in the city Tuesday.
immense nugget of gold was found at
For the next 30 Days I ofl'er the
is the Trans-Siberian railroad, in
M. U. Gortner is at Tillamook in the
Cool Gardie, eclipsing the famous
interest of the New York Life Insurance course of construction by the Russian Londonderry find.
government. This road is to be
which has been called the Dunn nug
Farmers near Perrydale claim to make 5,700 miles in length and will cost get, after its finder, weighs 1,800
now . $95.00
$13.50 a day by hauling their wheat to $150,000,000. It will be completed ounces, and is worth over $30,000. It
in six years if no unexpected delay
was taken from a reef, the whole
Rev. Gay, Presbyterian pastor at La occurs.
face of which glitters with gold.
B. Petropavloosky, one of the civil A tremendous excitement prevails,
fayette, and his wife were in the city
engaged in the construc and since the find property has in
the line, and Sabbath (near 1 a. m.) formation, which require a statement
tion of this railroad, arrived in San creased at the diggings 500 per cent.
to the west of it, a ship which sails under oath of all the accounts of de
No. 9 Improved Wheeler & Wilson ..
was in the city on business Wednesday Francisco a few days ago from Si The laboring miners have struck at from Honolulu to New Zealand, or
New Home, 6-drawer
positors against which no checks
morning before breakfast.
beria by way of Yokohama en route Cool Gardie and demand £4 a week.
from east to west, must sail out of have been drawn for a period of sev
S. C. Pearson kindly permitted us to to Europe. He says that all the ma They have armed themselves with Friday into Sabbath, and thereby en years from the date of the last de
( sample some peaches of which he raised terial used in the construction of the
rifles to prevent outsiders working skip the intervening Saturday, and posit or check. Judge Stearns made
a small but luscious crop.
road is of Russian manufacture. The in their places. Bloodshed is feared.
gains a day; and, vice versa, a ship an order requiring answers to said
Some would-be hunters went out to the first section of the line between
which sails from New Zealand, where informations and interrogatories,
place of J. P. Brown last Sunday and Vladivostock, on the sea of Japan, to
has begun, to Honolulu, under oath, to be made on or about
succeeded in killing one of his sheep.
Grafska has been completed, a dist work is progressing with greatest
has just ended and September 28th.
T. D. Henderson lost a valuable brood ance of about two hundred miles.
25 PERCENT DISCOUNT
or from west to
mare the other day. He has been out of Work on the second section, from
THE VETO POWER.
— on all
luck with horses, having lost three this Grafska inland is in progress. From special policeman have been sworn east must lose a day.
Vladivostock to St. Petersburg the
The framers of the constitution
OREGON SEWS ASD NOTES.
A rose, plump six inches in diameter, distance is about 6.000 miles.
borrowed the veto power from Eng
was exhibited on the counter of Wallace
A nine-year old boy at Oregon City land, as they did a few other features
20 PER CENT Discount on all Alarm and 8-day CLOCKS
It is learned from other sources
& Walker, Monday. Pretty good for a
122 pounds and measures 36 of the government. Theoretically,
One of the chief factors in the dis
that work on the opposite end of the
the British crown possessed the veto
A Large Assortment of Sheet Music. Choice, ioc each.
Rev. Kantner, formerly principal of line has also made good progress. content which gave an impetus to
when our constitution was
Lafayette seminary, has accepted a call It starts at Chelabinsk, on the west
107 years ago, and pos
to the pastorate of the Congregational
Straight Business. Everything marked in Plain Figures
is now one of the speedy horses of sesses it still. That veto, too, was
Remember, for 30 Days only, or Oct. 1st.
Andrew Martin has been at Belknap of railways and a direct line to St. a good price, the farmers could pay the country, and last week did the absolute for it arrested legislation
Springs for some time in the hope of re- Petersburg by way of Moscow. What the rates and yet make a profit. But mile at Fort Wayne, Ind., in 2.09. and could not be overcome by parlia
cuperating failing health. He will re- may be termed the first section of when the new grain producing
The Baptist state convention will ment, while the veto power of the
turn home next week.
held in Portland next month in president is qualified, for it can be
the road, extending eastward from
Rev. Meminger started Monday for Chelabinsk to Omsk, a distance of European market, and competition stead of Oregon City. The altera set aside by a vote of a certain por
the annual conference at Eugene, It is 500 miles, is already practically fin and superabundant production drove tions in the church edifice at the tion of congress. In reality, though,
understood to he the wish of his church ished and will be opened for traffic the price down there was nothing latter place cannot be completed in the English veto authority had
to have him returned for another year.
lapsed by disuse long before the
before the end of this year. From left for the farmer.
Capt. H. S. Maloney of Willamina, Omsk 800 miles eastward the road is
Every thinking man understands
Portland expects to drink Bull Philadelphia convention of 1787 met.
was in the city Saturday. Off years, built but the necessary bridges are that a railroad is a business enter
Run water by the time snow flies. It was employed by William III. in
when there is no politics in the air, they
We know is a hard thing to get. and
Work on the new plant is being- 1692 and only once in his reign. Once
when you have it the best piace to get
all say the Capt. is a bully nice fellow.
should be such as will, with a nor- pushed as fast as men and means too it was invoked by his successor,
eration in 1896.
Mrs. Anna M. Laughlin has contracted
A government commission, of mal volume of business, pay its ex- will permit. Skilled riveters are in Anne, which was in 1707, when she
with Win. L. Qualey for a $500 granite
ref us 3d her assent to a bili for settling
which the czarowitz, heir to the penses and a fair return on the demand.
MOST GOODS FOR LiERST CASH monument to be placed at the grave of throne,
militia in Scotland. No British
is at the head, has charge of
her husband, R. R. Laughlin, in the
Ex-County Treasurer R. H. Moore, sovereign has ever employed that
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the construction, with unlimited
of Jackson country, drew a check for
court that a receiver should so man the full amount of loss to the county power since, although several of
The Mark Sisters have removed their powers. There is no lack of funds,
them threatened to do it in certain
place of business to Bettman’s old stand and the work is pushed expeditiously. age a road as to do this. But the from principal and interest from the
George III said he
and wish to announce the opening of a
According to a Russian bureau of error has been in attempting to make payment of the warrant raised from
You want to fix the old house up and make it look as good as new.
crown of England
full stock of fall millinery, Saturday, Sep immigration, which is actively en
Here are the prices that will do it:
$3.80 to $193.80.
and go to his ancestral domain cf
White Lead 7c per lb.
Gilt Wall Paper 12 l-2c roll There are plenty of hop growers in deavoring to settle the country capitalization. As a contemporary At the farm home on Howell prai Hanover rather than to sign the bill
traversed by the line as building
rie a few miles east of Salem, John removing Catholic disabilities, which
Screen Doors and Hinges $1.50
town almost every day hunting more progresses, Siberia has millions of truly says, “there have been too
Window Screens 50c
pickers. Unless the fair weather con acres of fertile land suited to the many roads built for, say $10,000 a Durbin, an Oregon pioneer of 1815. the progressive element of parliament
celebrate his 100th birthday on desired to pass, and when it did pass,
tinues for some time, there is doubt if
Machine Oil 15c gal
profitable productions of wheat and mile, and then bonded for $50,000 a the 13th, in a public reception to
in the reign of George IV., this mon
the crop will be all gathered.
Spray Pumps $1.25
rye. There is abundance of rainfall mile, the projectors poqketing the about one hundred relatives and to
arch held out against it for a while,
Garden Hose five cents a foot
in the summer season.
but he was at length coerced by Pre
placed an order for metallic netting for
Siberia is twice as large as the
its counters, and after it arrives and is
stockholders to carry forever after A meeting of the state har associa mier Wellington into giving his
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil by the Barrel always on hand. put in place the McMinnville will be in United States, and the greater part ward a burden of bonded indebted tion is to be held at Portland, Octo assent to it. The veto power as a
of it has never been fully explored.
Best Pure Prepared Paint in the Market.
. . .
as good style as any of them.
ness which demands the maintenance ber 18th and 19th. The retiring barrier against legislation originated
Judge Magers said the words which It has a population of 5,000,000, most of the fictitious rates that were ob president, Governor-elect Lord, will long before the establishment of the
declared Orville Parker of Lafayette and of whom are congregated in towns. tainable when the road first tapped deliver an address. J. G. Sutherland English nation, however. It was
Miss Mabel McCain of this city husband It extends as far south as the lati
a country that was acustotned to pay of the Utah bar association, and au employed by the tribunes in nullify
and wife, Thursday evening of last week, tude of New York.
cartage 100 miles or more to the near thor of the celebrated work on “Dam ing the decrees of the senate in the
at the home of the bride’s parents.
The Russian government has in est market.”
ages’’ is expected to be present and days of the Roman republic. The
Willie Scott of Carlton was in the mind several other schemes for the
governors of all the states except
deliver an address.
He reported development of Siberia. It proposes
Better and cheaper than Tin. Must be seen to understand all its good qualities. Remember county seat Wednesday.
Rhode Island, Delaware, North Caro
you will always find Hodson has the Best Goods and Best Prices.
the finishing of his hop field after fifteen to establish steam navigation on the
The Tillamook Advocate tells of a
pendent upon a railway to pay, in farmer of that county who has made lina and Ohio have the qualified veto
days picking, and thought lie would have
river systems intersecting the great excessive freight rates, the interest
like the president’s. It may be
about 1,500 pounds to the acre after dry
$6,000 raising hens and selling eggs
set aside in most of the states
on watered stock or excessive bond
mining industries of the Ural region. ed debt. The populist remedy for it, in San Francisco. This farmer hao by two-thirds of the legislature,
The household goods of G. W. Frank
no money at all to start with—
lin arrived from Rochester, Minn., last Here are mined gold, platinum, and however, is an empirical one—the ac only his industrious hands and good in others by three-fifths, while in
Realizing the Closeness
week, Mr. F. and family having preced
quisition of the railroads by the gov horse sense. The farmers all over a few a mere majority is sufficient.
of the Times are mak
ed them a few days. He is a brother to gems.
In the early days of the govern
ernment, which shall run them as it
ing Prices on
The extent to which the develop does the postoffices. We shall not Oregon must raise more hens, hogs, ment the “I forbid!” was seldom em
IL M. Franklin and expects to become a
ment of Siberia’s agricultural re discuss at this time the objections to etc. They must market their grain ployed. This is the number of vetoes
permanent resident of the county.
may affect the world’s mark this plan, nor the difficulties which in the hog pen and in the chicken by the presidents down to the end of
Ex-County Commissioner Perry was
in the city Monday. He reports the et for wheat is a question of import would environ any attempt to realize yard.
Cleveland's first term: Washington,
amount of wheat housed at North Yam ance to the wheat-growers of Cali it, but point out a better plan—one
Of shooting with “unloaded” guns 2; Madison, 6; Monroe, 1; Jackson,
hill rather slight this year. Farmers in fornia. Even now Russia is a large
which avoids all these difficulties and there is no end. Ernest Dewitt, a 11; Tyler, 10; Pierce, 5; Buchanan, 7;
that vicinity are gradually dropping out exporter of grain. Russia exported
nephew of Mrs. C. J. Whitaker, of Lincoln, 3; Johnson, 13; Grant, 6;
of wheat, hop growing coming to the last year $20,000,000 worth of oats, achieves the same results.
This remedy is to stop by congres Pendleton, was recently examining Hayes, 9; Arthur, 4; Cleveland, 278.
front, but both industries are at the little $30,000,000 worth of barley, $5,000,-
sional legislation, the capitalization a shotgun in the hands of two com The veto was never invoked by
end of the horn this time.
of any railroad beyond its actual panions, with a view to buying it. either 'Adams, by Jefferson, Van
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rogers went over worth of wheat.
Ordinarily she cost plus such increase in value as In some manner the gun was dis Buren, W. H. Harrison, Taylor, Fill
to the state fair Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
sends out of the country for sale may accrue. With the roads thus charged, and a heavy charge of fine more or Garfield, and only a few
Ed. Hendricks have been there all the
week, and have departmental positions. about $70,000,000 worth of rye. but relieved from the burden of an enor shot entered young Dewitt s side, times, six or seven, by Benjamin
E. Wright and E. W. Wallace went over this quantity was reduced to $11,- mous debt or of over-capitalization, killing him instantly. No one knew Harrison. Cleveland’s great total in
On Out tits for New
Wednesday on bicycles. Mr. and Mrs. 000,000 worth last year by a tariff there will not be so many good lines the gun was loaded.
his first term, which outnumbered
Housekeepers. . . .
J. W. Hobbs and Mrs. Harvey Neal war with Germany.
in receivers’ hands, and freight rates
The college well, dug fifty-five feet, the vetoes of all the other presidents
went per Wilson & Henderson’s hack on
If there are millions of acres of can be fixed at a figure which repre- has been bored thirty feet deeper several times over, was for the most
virgin soil in Siberia which this road sents the real cost of hauling, Their and is now over eighty feet deep and part due to private pension bills. In
Duncan Harris writes hjs father from will make available for wheat pro- basis should be what would earn a has fifty feet of water in it. At the his present term, Cleveland has em
San Francisco that he has received a dis duction the effect of its construction fair interest for bondholders
and a depth of eighty feet, in blue clay, a ployed the veto oaly a few times, and,
charge from the army, and will go to may be like that of the government
reasonable dividend for stockholders, tree was struck and twigs, chips and except in the case of the seignior
Fresno, where he has a job waiting him.
railway in India, which at once and not, as seems the ease now, to pieces of bark brought to the sur age bill, the legislation thus defeated
Duncan has been doing better than
many other persons these hard times. brought that country into promi tax the traffic at all it will bear.— face. One piece was charred and was not of great national import
the question how it became so arose, ance.
He was out of a job and took up with the nence as a producer and exporter of Toledo Blade.
as the tree was supposed to have
offer of $13 a month, board and clothes,
The result of the first investiga
as that much better than nothing.
before the glacial period and
Where the Day Begins.
Located at Sheridan, Yamhill County, Oregon, are just now offering
of farm and home proprietorship
bargains in real estate that can't be duplicated in the Willamette valley.
The maritime powers of the world
conducted in any country has
Lands that have been held in large tracts are now being subdivided into turned Monday from their hunt in the If in operation at this time Russia have agreed to make London the tion of the existence of fire was that
made public by the census
tracts to suit purchaser, and at prices that defy competition. People with Calipooias. The eastern members of the would be vastly better prepared to
it was caused by the natural agency
small means and desiring homes on the installment plan, will find it to party went on to California. They were take a hand in the settlement of the time center, and the 180th degree of of lightning. The tree was a conifer office at Washington. It covers all
longitude from London (or Green
their interest to call upon or address this company. Sheridan is in a fa gone less than three weeks and succeeded
the states and territories, and shows
vored fruit district of Oregon, out of range of the eodlin moth and other in killing nine deer and starting one difficulty between China and Japan wich) as the point where the day and the twigs and barks looked like
by approaching the territory in dis changes. This meridian, therefore, those of a hemlock.— Forest Grove that, of the 12,690,152 families in the
insect pests. We also have some fine business openings and mill properties
whole country, almost 48 per cent
for sale or exchange for other property. Trades of all kinds negotiated. bear. One of the hunters’ wives says a pute. The road will also give Russia
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive circular and price list will be for party of old w omen could have gone and an immense advantage in any ag leads the day. Its passage under the
I own their farms and homes, and the
stayed longer and killed more game.
180th, or midnight, celestial meridian
District Attorney Hume, appear-
warded on demand.
gressive move upon India. By means marks the beginning of a new day : ing for the state by order of the gov rest hire. Of the families owning
Below we give a few farms we are offering for sale:
Lars A. Newgard died at the residence
farms and homes, almost 28 per cent
NO. 1. 488 acres, 400 in cultivation, large two-story house, large barn, two of his son A. L., on the night of the 14th. of this line troops may be landed on for the earth; hence, to-day becomes ernor, has served information on
have incumbrance, and over 72 per
large bearing orchards, nice stream of water running through the pasture, furnish He was born in Norway in 1812, and
to-morrow. We have a new date for I . twenty-seven banks in his district,
ing abundance of water at all times of year, situated on county road and railroad,
| cent have no incumbrance.
the month, and a new day for the alleging that the banks for the past
21., miles from Amity. This will be sold at a great sacrifice and divided to suit came to Wisconsin in 1854. He had
lived in Oregon since 1882. The funeral
week in transition.
seven years have received divers and
gains ground in New
NO. 2. 180 acres. 80 acres in crop, balance easy cleared, situated on county sras from the residence Sunday after
By the use of manure and thorough
It is here, then, that Sabbath was sundry deposits, the depositors of I York that the aggregate supply of
road 3miles from Sheridan, *4 mile from school, splendid hop, grain or fruit land; noon, conducted by Rev. Thompson. cultivation corn can be raised with born, just to the west of Honolulu, i
which have died intestate, in this ; wheat from all countries will prove
price $15 per acre.
The wife of the deceased survives her
NO. 3. 200 acres, 50 acres cleared, balance young oak and fir land, nice husband at the age of 89 years, and for success in the Willamette valley. It but bear in mind that the day travels ; state, and that said deposits are in i 1 to be the largest in the world's
will not reach complete maturity westward, therefore this new-born the custody of the banks; that said
stream water, a splendid stock ranch, situated 3 miles from Sheridan; price $7 per
two years has been a helpless invalid
history. This is a bad outlook for
year but will reach the proper day does not visit Honolulu until it deposits have escheated to the state
any great advance in the price; but
NO. 4. 100 acres all in cultivation, adjoining the city limits of Sheridan, fine
also sick, her ailment being pronounced stage for ensilage any season if early has made the circuit of the entire of Oregon, that the exact amount of if the corn shortage leads to the ex
hop land; price $35 per acre.
varieties are planted. It is not so globe. Honolulu and New Zealand these deposits is unknown; that in
NO. 5. 30 acres, 15 acres clear, all lays fine to cultivate when clear, 1)4 typhoid fever.
tensive use of the poorer grades of
that it will pay to raise corn are only about thirty degrees apart order to recover said escheated prop
miles from Sheridan ; price $12.50 per acre.
Information of a sad case of drowning
wheat for fattening purposes, farm
was brought to this office by Ira F. here for ensilage, although a few in longitude, but they are a whole erty, it is necessary to institute ac ers may find this year’s crop mor®
SHERIDAN LAND COMPANY. Sheridan, Oregon.
Moore of the Webfoot neighborhood. dairymen have done so with results day apart as regards any particular tions at law, and in order to enable profitable than now appears proba
The eight-year-old son of John Eisle, which have been very satisfactory. day, because the point at which the . the state, of Oregon to commence and
ISAAC DAUGHERTY, Manager.
with his younger sister, strayed about Thorough methods which are needed day changes lies between them. maintain such actions it is necessary ble. If the experiments in the Da
half a mile from their home Sunday to make a success of corn growing Sabbath was born on the 180th me to obtain from the banks the names ■ kotas, which showed that the equiv
afternoon to the old Gaines millpond. here will ensure the production of ridian and is a long way off from of the depositors, the amount and I alent cf $1.30 per bushel was ob
tained for wheat used in fattening
The boy playfully waded in, but got be enormous crops of vetches or clover. . Honolulu.
nature of the deposit and the date of bogs, should be verified in general
yond his depth. His struggles were tak- Every dairyman ought to raise a lit
| It is morning there, too, but it is the deposit of such funds and other
i en by the little girl to be a part of the
practice, wheat may largely take the
tle corn feed for his cows from the Saturday morning, while in New property as is now in the possession
sport, until the boy sank below the
place of corn for this use.
, surface and it was too late for her to run middle of August until frost comes, Zealand it is not yet day, but the of said banks which have escheated
occur here Sabbath dawn is breaking.
It is to the state of Oregon. The banks
Paris papers announce the engage
i for someone to rescue him. The funeral which does not generally
■ occurred at the Webfoot church on Tues- until about the 1st of November.— clear, then, that if it is Friday (near are therefore required to answer the ment of Miss Anna Gould to Prince
. midnight) at Honolulu to the east of interrogatories attached to the in- Francis of Batten burg.
OR PER CENT
watches AND JEWELRY.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE S2.'X> PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
GALVANIZED IRON WEBFOOT GUTTER
Eight Feet Long Without a Seam.
BURNS & DANIELS
|-| ome S eekers , A ttention i
The Sheridan Land Company
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR