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Yamhill County Reporter.
TUE Bl ll.VEM Mil A’l lON.
pie who are vitally interested in
them will not much longer seek to which most people thought was true
I. H. HiHMI AIlT, Editar A Propr.
The reports of the mercantile cripple and destroy th°m.— St. Louis to its name proves to be “a horse of
J. <¿. tCK’IA'N, .Incociate Editor.
agencies afford conclusive proof of Globe -De mocrat.
a different color.” The Oregonian
the soundness of the republican con
of the 10th thus describes them:
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. tention as to the effect of the new
OIBEGON NEWS A5D MOTES.
I “The state board of horticulture yes
You smile at the idea. But
The next meeting of the Oregon terday received from the state board
Rowling notice in local columns 10 cents per certainty as to the ultimate shape of
you are a sufferer from
Press Association will be held at1
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
Display advertisements, annual rate -, one Inch the tariff bill kept manufacturers Newport.
long-looked for lady-birds of the Dyspepsia
per month SI; each additional inch 50 cents prr from doing anything more than fill
“twice-stabbed” variety, so-called
And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be
The eighteen-hour bicycle race
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding orders for immediate delivery: the
fore you have taken half »dozendoses,
because they have two spots on them
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to
you will involuntarily think, and no
b* UArent news. Additional matter lo cent* per wholesalers and retailers let their was finished at Portland Saturday. I which look as if they had been
stocks run down as low as possible,
stabbed with a pin or something of “That Just Hits It!”
so as to save themselves from possi Lester P. Smith has been appoint J the sort. This is' the insect which
FRIDAY, OCT. 12,- 1894.
“Thai soothing effect is a magic
ble loss. Stocks of manufactured ed school superintendent of Tilla 1 devotes its attention to exterminat
touch:’’ Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the stomach
products have never been so low as mook county, and thus the scramble ing the San Jose scale. The ship
and digestive organs, invigorates the
T he Sun is vigorously supporting they were at the close of the sum for the woman’s place is ended.
ment was contained in a large pill
liver, creates a natural, healthy desire
Hill. It can dig deeper into the mer.
for food, gives refreshing sleep, and
Editor Kaiser of the Ashland Rec box, which was as full of bugs as a
in short, raises the health tone of the
ribs of the “stuffed prophet” by so
When the tariff bill finally passed, ord was bound over to appear before spoiled ham. ■ The instructions ac
entire system. Remember
doing than any other way.
it gave the datum line for the new the grand jury on a charge of crimi companying the bugs are to place
level of prices and profits. Then the nal libel, on an action brought bv them on trees infested with the San
G beater praise a national leader merchants ordered new stocks, and E. D. Briggs.
Jose scale, and to’ tie some corn
could not wish to receive than is be- > manufacturers were called upon to
Josephine county has let the con leaves or other material upon the
stowed upon Governor McKinley by replenish the supply of manufactured
tract for keeping her poor at $2.75 a branches for them to hibernate in.
the Kansas City Journal when it says: \ goods. The plain interpretation of
week per capita; and a yearly The lady-birds, or bugs, or, more
“His name alone is a synpnym for this was, that the people needed a
Hood’s Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
allowance of $400 for medical attend properly, beetles, are to be distrib Biliousness,
jaundice, sick headache, indigestion
the hopes of all who are now endur considerable volume of new supplies,
ance and $20 cash for each funeral. uted in colonies of a dozen or more
ing business and financial distress.’’i and that the consuming demand
Alex. Taylor of Whiteson, Yam to persons who have trees infested
Snow fell in the Dakotas and in
would improve to a degree commen hill county, was married Wednesday with San Jose scale. Mr. Prettyman
Jo S imon is a candidate for presi
surate with the reduced ability to afternoon to Miss Belle Garrison, of the well-known orchardist, secured a Minnesota on the 7th.
dent of the senate. In Portland cir purchase—for under low wages and
colony yesterday, and the remainder
The Pullman Car Wheel Company
cles there is a general feeling of dis the enforced idleness of the past Philomath, the Rev. W. H. Dorward will be disposed of as soon as possi
its charter on the 6th
officiating. The groom is an experi
trust and apprehension in regard to j
year for thousands, the people have enced business man, and intends ble as they must be hungry for Scale and the assets were sold and the
the legislature elected last June, that
not so much money to spend.
opening up a general merchandising and tired of being cooped up in the proceeds divided among the stock
would be mitigated to a great extent,
The reports for the past week establishment within a few days at pill-box. The bugs are much like holders.
by having the brainy and wily boss
show how true this is. Retail trade Monroe, in this county.— Corvallis those so frequently found on rose The well-known poet and author,
in position as a sort of safety valve.
is better than it was last year, but Gazette, Oct. 5th.
bushes. This explanation is neces Oliver Wendell Holmes, died at his
sary, because some have been mis home in Eoston on the "th inst., of a
Harpers Weekly, the demo-mug- j
Benton county, for the present at
lead by the name lady-bird into sup complication of diseases, at the age
wump organ, has arrived at the
least, lost a pioneer citizen yester
posing that the bugs were birds, and
about 20 per cent less than the
conclusion that of two evils con
day, in the person of R. A. Belknap Secretary Sargent has received one of 85 years.
fronting it, Morton is the least. Of
and family, who have gone to Day application for a colony from a per Anti-Hill democrats of New York
Hill it says, “he is the embodiment a marked slackening in orders given ton, Yamhill county, to reside with
son who spoke of the boxes he had have made a third state ticket and
in his own person of all the badI to manufacturers. The spurt to re a son, who lost his wife this summer.
put up for the birds to build their placed at its head Everett P. Wheeler
tendencies in politics.” Hill him- j
The fine farm in Belknap settlement
of New York city, and endorse the
self expresses it in just four words— looked for a complete revival in man on which Mr. Belknap has resided nests in. After these bugs are put candidacj' of the regular uominees
on infested trees, there must be no
ufacturing are disappointed.
“I am a democrat.”
constantly for the last 46 years, has
more spraying or fumigating done, for lieutenant-governor and judge of
This is due to two things: First,
been leased.— Corvallis Times.
or it will kill them, as well as the the court of appeals, D. S. Lockwood
I t is getting to be usual in south the people cannot buy as much as
and C. F. Brown.
ern states that when a democratic when times were good—they have
Senator Hill has accepted the
candidate plainly is defeated by the not the money to do so; and the de- serious time with a finger which was
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
for governor of New
white vote he is reported as “saved
he will run to save
by the colored counties. ” It is so in
Ex-Governor Curtain of Pennsyl
he enters upon
Georgia. Mr. Atkinson, candidate
vania was buried on Wednesday.
for governor, fell short by some 60,-
Congressman Wilson returned which is the earnest of assured vic
000 of the usual democratic vote in
from London on the 6th fully re tory.” Chas. F. Brown has been
the white counties. One might ported, and the amount to be manu Mrs. G. Gammie, is very sick with covered in health.
paralysis of the muscles of the
■ named for judge of the court of ap
think this would have insured his
throat, the effects of diphtheria, from
defeat. But no; the black counties
In interviews with a number of
did nobly. They voted almost sol
ago.—Forest Grove Times.
head their state ticket.
leading dealers in sugar at Magde
idly for the democrat. That is to and the men employed therein per
The society for the importation of
The assignee of ex-Governor Fos burg the opinion was expressed that
say, they were counted almost sol manently reduced in number—while
announces that he will pay 40 under the American tariff bill the
idly for him.
pended about $2,100 in 1891-92 in cents on the dollar. The claims increased duty on sugar was aimed
The democratic press, with its introducing birds here has been so amount to $213,000.
at Germany. It was predicted that
L ast week we chronicled the death
facility for falsification, is en much gratified at the success which
if it continued in force it would ruin
of Prof. David Swing, the great
After eight weeks of strike the op the large beet root farmers. It was
Chicago preacher. The week previ deavoring to conceal the true state attended its first efforts that it is
eratives at New Bedford, Mass., have thought, however, that America
ous we printed an extract from a of affairs, and raising the cry of “ca about to introduce more of the sweet
to work, on an agreement would soon repeal the law. If it did
sermon of more than ordinary force lamity howlers” against the repub songsters. Forty pairs of nightin
to a reduction of five per cent in not, it was the opinion of the dealers
and ability preached by him in Cen
gales have already been ordered from wages.
the government would be forced to
tral Music Hall, September 16th. It is a condition, not a theory, which Europe, and will arrive here within
The weevils are playing havoc adopt repressive measures against
was his last sermon. The closing confronts the people. The condition a month.
They were caught this
sentence proved to be his benedic- i is the result of the new tariff law, fall in the Hartz mountains. The with the Stored wheat at San Fran American imports.
and that must be changed before the society has also made arrangements cisco, and something must be done
tion upon his country:
The Freisinnige Zeitung, of Berlin,
Oh, that God, by his almighty power,! present condition of things can to receive 25 pairs of. mocking birds soon if there is any grain left with
“We are drifting into a cus
may hold back our nation from destruc change. The glittering theory that from Chicago in February or March. which to load the ships.
toms war with America. If the Ger
tion for a few more perilous years, that a low tariff meant increased pros —Eugene Register.
Eight-thousand commercial drum man agrarians succeed in getting
it may learn where lie the paths in which perity is already proved false, and
met in Binghampton, N. Y., on Chancellor von Caprivi on their side,
A good story is told on a Tillamook
as brothers just and loving all may walk further proof will accumulate with
the occasion being the lay and the United States refuses to
to the most of excellence and the most each
succeeding month. — Toledo lady who thought that she would be ing of the corner stone for a new modify the sugar tariff, reprisals by
able to stop a leak in the bottom of
an iron pot by driving a piece of lead home- building for the Commercial Germany will mean an increase of
T he merchants of this city report
THE LOUISIANA SITUATION.
into it. She had got one of her hus Travelers’ Association of America. the grain duty from 30 to 50 marks.
a good fall trade. They anticipated
band’s pistol cartridges out of a Governors Flower and Pattison Counter reprisals by tbe United
The political situation in Louisiana drawer and began the driving, pro made addresses.
it, and laid in stocks calculated to
States will follow, which will damage
meet the demands. In that respect involves conditions of peculiar inter cess with a hammer. Now the good ’G. G. Chandler, general agent of German commerce ten times more
it seems that McMinnville merchants est and significance. There can be lady did not understand the philoso the Northern Pacific railroad, was than did the Russian tariff war.”
figured differently from those of no doubt that the sugar planters, phy of a cartridge, and never dreamed killed in a street car accident at Ta
President Cleveland is expected to
other towns up and down the valley. who have heretofore acted with the that it would explode from the con coma Saturday night. A dozen other
Three or four of the prominent democratic party and given it much cussion of a hammer, seeing no pow persons were injured, The accident give his decision as arbitrator of the
houses bought as large stocks, if not of its strength in that state, are now der about the thing. > She had the was at the interstate fair grounds boundary dispute between Brazil and
larger, than have been carried in determined to transfer their votes cartridge well into the hole, when it and was caused by the car leaving Argentine soon after his return from
previous seasons. Sharp competi and influence to the republican party. went off and shot a cabbage through the track on account of a broken axle. Buzzard’s bay. It has been in his
hands eight months. Mr. Cleveland
tion in prices naturally followed, and The immediate cause of such action, the head. The lady’s hand was pow
The Japanese have captured Che has not yet turned this mass of docu
the result has been that with low of course, is the practical destruction der burned, and it took her a good
prices and the attraction of full of their business by the new tariff while to realize that she wasn’t fatal Foo,an important strategic point. If ments over to the state department,
stocks, trade has come from longer law; but this does not tell the whole ly hurt. The hole is still in the pot. Peking is taken by the Japanese, it but has undertaken personally to go
must be done within the next fort through it and unravel the dispute.
range than ever before.
The pre story. They are not moved simply —Headlight.
night, as the Japanese, are used to a It is a self-imposed task which the
eminence of McMinnville, as the by an impulse of revenge for per
milder climate and will not be able president does out of courtesy to the
leading business center on the West sonal injury, but by the conviction
to wage war in cold weather. Hence southern republics, and in the ex
Side, has never been so emphatically that the democratic policy with re
demonstrated as at the present sea gard to domestic industries in gener the “Australian Stripper” is coming decisive war news is soon expected. tent of interests involved and legal
son, and it is certain to become more al is erroneous and detrimental. It into use in that section. Five of the
and more marked as the, territory may be said that they have been a machines were made at Grant last
contiguous to us develops.
longtime in finding this out; but it is year and have been in successful use
also true that they have only lately this season. While these machines
About Beet Sugar.
had a lesson of experience in that can be made much larger, if desired,
It was something of a disappointment respect. They have gone on voting the ones in question were made of a
to forty or fifty farmers who assembled the democratic ticket while the re size to be run with four horses and
in Grange hall Saturday, expecting to
publican party has gone on maintain harvest about 15 acres each per day.
meet Mr. Korb, the representative of the
They cut and thresh the grain but
a Purity À
company proposing to establish a sugar ing the protective system for their do not clean it. Two men are re
factory. An explanatory letter etated benefit as well as that of others. But quired to operate a machine. They
that he had been unexpectedly called now the democratic plan of raising can be made so as to be sold at $150
east and that he would make another ap revenue has been applied, and they
to $200, and from this year’s experi
are thus enabled to see just what it
pointment in a month or so.
Mr. Charles Griesen gave quite an in means and just how it works. They ence the opinion is that their use
teresting talk, setting forth his personal can not deceive themselves about it; will greatly reduce the cost of har
observations and experiences as an in and they know they cannot afford to vesting and threshing the grain. The
tfe Strength Ä
vestigator into the beet sugar industry, vote for its continuance. It is likely threshing bill is entirely saved and
the farmer cleans the wheat himself
which embraced a visit to Germany three
that this revolt will bring about the
or four years ago. His observations there
after he is through harvesting it.
of three republican congress
and his knowledge of the business in
Machines of this kind have been in
California convinced him that the estab men to succeed three democrats, and use in Australia for a number of
lishment of sugar factories made prosper put Louisiana in the way of being years.
ous communities and greatly enhanced carried for the republican candidate
There is serious trouble in the
the value of land. He also set forth as for president in 1896. This change
far as his knowledge extended, what will not be attended by any of the Centenary M. E. church at Portland.
would be required by the company that local evils which democratic orators The bishop appointed Rev. J. N.
proposed locating its factory at McMinn have predicted in such an event. Denison, an Oregon man, but the
ville. They will receive propositions of There will be no revival of the race church wanted an eastern man, and
a bonus in land, in tracts of any size
issue, no negro domination. The say that Denison must go. The rev
from an acre upward. Mr. Grissen stut-
erend gentleman says he will stay
ed that he had already received an offer people of the other southern states and that “It is simply a question
of one hundred acres for the site, provid will not fail to learn a valuable lesson whether an Oregon minister can live
ed the factory is located upon it. Messrs. when they see that the republican
in Oregon that is to be settled in
Man’s enterprise culminated at the World’s Columbian
Cooper, Galloway, Heath and others Lad ticket can be voted with perfect
something to say. D. B. Kingery brought safety so far as social relations are this controversy. The cry for an
Exposition. The memory of it will be a marvel for all time.
in a sample sugar beet from his ranch to concerned, and that it is not neces eastern man is at the bottom of the
demonstrate that they grow all right in sary to stick to the democratic party whole thing. An effort was last year
The fame there acquired will live for years. The manufact
in order to keep the colored element
A committee consisting of J. Ct Cooper,
from perpetrating terrible wrongs. bell of Missouri. While I had re
J. W. Cowls, Smith Stevens, Henry Gee
ceived assurance that my return
and A. C. Davis was appointed to can As soon as this fact is demonstrated would be asked for at the last quar
vass among the farmers to ascertain what to them, they will naturally begin to terly -conference, no suggestions in
can be dene in tbe way of encouraging lose their present political ties, and
appreciate the award to them of highest honors at the
the form of resolution were made
the enterprise. It is understood that to vote in an independent and un
Exposition. The significanco of the compliment, the splendid
several localities are bidding for the prejudiced manner. The
------------ t0 the conference, although the pre
plant, and the one that wields the long bolt, therefore, has an importance siding elder asked the board if there
character of the indorsement, cannot be underrated. It
est pole, transportation facilities ana that extends beyond the limit of that were aa-v' T^ere was an informal
stamps Dr. Price’s as without a peer among the baking pow
other commercial advantages considered, one state, and promises to make it i effort afterward, in no legal way, to
will bring down tbe petsimmon. There
secure • the appointment of a man
the beginning of the end of the solid
ders. The jury of awards, an exceptionally intelligent body,
is no question but that the factory will
named Hirst of San Francisco, who
be a great benefit to the locality in which
was headed by the Chief Chemist of the United States Depart
had been recently tried for scandal.
it is started and will create something of ter, the tendency of the spirit mani This, of course, failed.
ment of Agriculture. They found Dr. Price’s Cream Baking
a boom in contiguous real estate. Ac fested by the sugar-planters. There j
ference there were few changes. The
cording to the best information at our are other southern industries that
Powder strongest in leavening power, perfect in purity, and
command, tbe farmers in California cannot thrive without protection, bishop asked me where I wanted to
of uniform excellence.
make a net profit of from |30 to |40 per which is to say that the democratic go and I said: ‘To the north side of
acre. 1'liis is much better than the pres policy is antagonistic to their welfare Greenland, if you send me, for I am
“Foremost Baking Powder in all the World.”
ent net profit ou wheat.
and prosperity; and surely the peo- a loyal Methodist preacher.’”
The Magic Touch
GRAND OPENING OF NEW GOODS
FOR FALL AAD WINTER OF 1801.
America Leads the World
The Crowning Glory of the Age.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
It’s our pleasure
Saturday Sept. ¡5
Times are Hard
• to supply all
want and are
entitled to the
what they want
and Best the
We will display the largest
Dress Goods, Dry Goods,
Furnishing Goods, Cloth-
Goods should he
ing, Hats, Caps,
Boots & Shoes ever
At the Lowest Prices
A. J. APPERSON
complications it is as large as any
case pending in the United States
The republicans of Massachusetts
assembled in state convention on the
6th and renominated the old ticket
by acclamation. The principles of
the party were stated in the follow
ing succinct manner: “The princi
ples of the republicans of Massachu
setts are as well known as the com
monwealth itself; as well known as
the republic; as well known as liber
ty; as well known as justice. Chief
among them are: An equal share in
the government for every citizen;
the best possible wages for every
workman; an American market for
American labor; every dollar paid by
the government, both the gold and
silver dollars of tbe constitution and
their paper representatives, honest
and unchanging in value and equal
to every other; better immigration
laws; better naturalization laws; no
tramp, anarchist, criminal or pauper
labor to be let in ; citizenship shall
not be stained or polluted; sympathy
with liberty and a republican gov
ernment at home and abroad; Ameri
canism everywhere; the flag never
lowered or dishonored; no surrender
of Samoa; no barbarous queen be
heading men in Hawaii; no lynchings
or punishment without trial; faith
kept with pensioners; no deserving
soldier in the poorhouse; the sup
pressing of dramdrinking and dram
selling; the school a public charge
open to all children and free from
partisanship; no distinction of birth
or religious creed in the rights of
American citizenship; clean politics;
a pure administration; no lobbyists;
reform of old abuses; leadership
among loftier paths; minds ever open
to sunlight and morning, ever open
to new truths and new duty, as new
years bring their lessons.”
J ust notice the little two-for-
a-nickle democratic papers that have
been barking at Senator Hill, calling
him a traitor and everything that is
disreputable and mean, begin to
climb down from the. Cleveland bench
and frisk about the great New York
Xenophon N. Steeves and ‘ Bunco”
Kelley have been indicted by tbe
grand jury for the murder of the old
man Sayres. Steeves is a lawyer
and the theory of the Portland of
ficers is that he hired Kelley to kill
Sayres. Sayres had a suit for $8000
pending against W. O. Allen, and
Steeves was attorney for the defend
ant Kelley owns up to a conspiracy
in which he was offered $2000 by
Steeves to get rid of tbe old man.
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
Notice of Final Settlement.
is hereby given that the undersigned,
as the administrator de bonis non or the Physician
estate of J. N. McDaniel, late of Yamhill county,
deceased, has tiled his linal account as such ad
ministrator in the county court of Yamhill coun
ty, Oregon, and said court ha> set Tuesday, the
6th day ot November, 1894, at the hour ot ten
o’clock in the forenoon of said day as the time
and the usual place of holding county court, at
the court house at McMinnville, Ytuahill county.
Oregon, as the place for tbe healing of said final
account, and any objections to the same, if unv
objections there be
Now, therefore, all persons Interested in said
estate are hereby notified to appear at said time
320 ACRES AT $20 PER ACRE.
and place and show cause If any there be why
said estate should not be finally settled, said final
account allowed and said administrator dis
100 acres in cultivation; good pasture for cattle,
Dated this tbe 4th day of October, 1894.
two bouses, two burns and two orchards. Will
J. W. HOBBS,
sell «11 or a part on easy terms, or will rent ou
Administrator de bonis non of said estate.
condition that renter buys tenui and farming
FENTON, Atty’s for said estate.
Tbe above is a fine farm situated
——-------------------- ----------------- implements.
tour miles southeast of Davton Post landing
COUNTY TREASURER’S NOTICE. and warehouse with tlean-rs le*s than one mils
FARM FOR SALE !
rpHERE is money on hand to pay all warrants
1 endorsed prior to August 10. 1W4. and war
rants numbered 670, 733, 71«. 74Q, 714 and 743 en
dorsed August 10th, 1894.
J. C. PENNINGTON, County Treasurer.
Oct. 5, 1894.
L. H. BAKER.
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judicial district will be held No
vember 27, 28 and 29 at Ashland.
300 bales of hops were sold in
Salem Wednesday, going at 4t to 7
cents. The Statesman says: “Hops
are coming in quite fast, growers ap
pearing to be so anxious to realize on
the crop that they are letting go at
the low prices paid.”
How we hate to see a nice young
fellow begin smoking cigarettes. He
poisons his own system, sets a bad
example, and stinks all of his friends
out of the tan yard. A boy has to
have considerable stamina to keep
clear of all the vile habits that are
going these days; but if he does once
get through the smart Alec age
without being enslaved by whiskey,
tobacco or opium cigarettes, he has
got something to be thankful for all
the rest of his life.— ^Jewell, (Kan.)
Republican newspapers which re
joiced over tbe unprecedented victory
in Maine were told to look out for
Georgia. They have done so and
find that the 81,811 plurality for
Cleveland in 1892 has been whittled
down to about 30,000. Now they
will look out for the November
The grave of Eve is visited by over
40,000 pilgrims each year. It* is to
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side the city walls. The tomb is
cubits long and twelve wide.
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