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dare not be otherwise. He has stolen very competent as I believe. I have diet that the ordinance will be cheer
a whole empire in India; he has submitted to them several points in 1 fully obeyed—just as long, at least,
F. H. BIUNIIAHT, Editor A Propr. filched huge acres of Africa; he has my case and they have informed me as the saloon proprietors are con
J. G* £CK.MAM9 Alteriate JEditor.
made the Egyptian viceroy to be one that I could not be convicted of this vinced that the council is awake and
of his satraps. He has made war i charge. A-ah, we-we-11, how-how- that it means business.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. upon China to force its people to de- ever, I do not wish to make any
The Farmers’ Institute*
bauch themselves on the opium defense in this ease ou any technical
advertising rates .
Shaw of the State Agricultural
Resdi.'.i notice? in local column» 10 cent» per
line fr>r 8r»t week and S cents per Une thereafter. he protects the Turkish sultan in the guilt}- and throw myself on the mercy I College was in the city the first part of
Display aJveru»emenu, annual rates, one inch
par month 81. .each additional inch 50 cents ptr interest of the British bondholders, of the court.” He was sentenced to the week, making some arrangements
Obituary and marriage notices not exceed) ng —Inter Ocean.
three years in the penitentiary.— about holding the institute, on the 13th
10 lines published free. it lurnishe.1 in time to
■ and 14th insts. The meetings will be
bi current news. Additional matter 10 cent’per
\ Hillsboro Independent. Mead lived
held in the court house, the opening ses-
T hough the populist vote shows for a short time at Newberg, and I sion at 7:30 p. in. Thursday. Following
an increase in a good many states, was living there when his crime was is the program:
FRIDAY, DEC. 7. 1S94.
the real test of populist strength was discovered,
THURSDAY, 7 :30 R. M.
in Kansas and Colorado, where the I
SEWS OF THE WEEK.
P enngyeh is the last governor the party had entrenched itself in pow
Address of welcome. Mr. O. P.
democrats of Oregon are likely to er and the people had been given a
have for many a year. Let them chance to sample its pretenses of
Response and address. “The Agri-
gia, died on the 30th. He was the i cultural College and its Purposes.” Pres.
love him while they can.
honesty and purity and judge of its war governor of that state.
I John M. Bloss.
tendencies. In other states many |
The bill providing a tax on the un Music.
T he majority against woman suff- democrats voted the populist ticket
Mrs. simply as a protest against the mis improved value of land in Australia Paper. “Home Influences.” Mrs. B. “C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
rage in Kansas was 35,000.
Many are pleased while many are
••Gentlemen:—I am glad to tell you that I
Lease stood too long “in the middle rule and bad faith of their own party.' was carried by the chamber on the W. Galloway.
h3ve been given good health by Hood's
croaking still. Were it not that the
FRIDAY, 9 :30 A. M.
of the road.” The good people seem
6arsaparlll*. For three year» I wu an In
“Feeding Dairy Stock.” Prof. H T.
valid, suffering terribly from
many changes have operated to destroy
to have invited her on to the side
Twelve hundred men are now em- French.
C ongress assembled in regular
Nervousness and Lameness.
session Monday and the president’s
the value of all farm produce, times
“ I was so nervous il could not bear the least
message was received and read the maximum rate of wages is 33 per “Notes by the Way.” Prof. F. L.
noise, and I had to walk with crutches tor
would be fairly good now. All agree
D emocrats in Kentucky are not same day. The message is remark day.
six months, as I could not put one of my feet
will be illustrated by
building bonfires and shouting them able chiefly for its volume and the
The Great Western Manufacturing a callection of insects, injurious and
good, so a friend told me to get Hood's Sar
selves hoarse. The official count little of importance it contains upon Company of Chicago, one of the larg beneficial.)
that improvement has begun, and as
shows that the democrats had a plu leading topics, being made up largely est electrical concerns in the coun Discussion. General.
I Said There Was No Use.
confidence improves and the idle mon
FRIDAY, 1:30 p . m .
rality of 2,073 in the whole state. In of summaries of reports from the dif try, has failed.
•'However, after thinking the matter over, I de
1892 they had 40,020.
ey is again employed in developing the
ferent departments. There is no
bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and the re
The Hirschfield divorce case ended
sult Is that I am well as any one could wish
allusion whatever to the political on the 1st by the judge declaring Music.
resources of the country, prosperity will
to be, and can do any kind of work. I ad
T he pension office blames all its events of the past few months, but
Paper. Mr. M. O. Lownsdale.
vise all my friends to take Hood’s Sarsapa
troubles over pensions upon the
be generally felt
rilla for I believe it will do them good.”
apparently in the same mood as the
wicked republican party. It might drowning woman who could only the Montana millionaire, and the
Miss S csib D odson , Colton, California.
divorce was refused.
as well own up. Had it not been for
Hood’s Pills cure Uver ills, constipation,
snap her fingers in reiteration of the
The James Lick monument .was
biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion,
the republican party mighty few
opinion that her husband had lice,
U nion soldiers would ever have been the president says he is still very unveiled in San Francisco on the 29th Shaw.
COUNTY TREASURER’S NOTICE.
ult. The cost of the monument,
on the pension rolls.
decidedly in favor of putting coal which is one of the finest as regards
“Drainage.” Pres. John M. Bloss.
is money on hand to pay all warrants
and iron on the free list. He is also design and workmanship, in the By special request, Prof. Shaw assures T HERE
endorsed prior to September "th, 1894.
A man may die very rich, but when
C. PENNINGTON, County Treasurer.
in favor of abolishing the duty United States, has been 3100,000.
us, apparatus for the analysis of sugar Dee. 7, 1894.
he does he reaches the condition of
placed on sugar at the last session of
the poorest beggar the world knows.
Horace Vose of Westerly, R. I., beets will be ou hand, and persons hav
congress, and in this he is a unit
He doesn't carry with him enough
sent President Cleveland a Thanks ing grown sugar beets are requested to
Real Estate Transfers.
with the people against the sugar
bring samples. Large specimens are not
pocket money for ferriage over the
giving Turkey with the following as desirable as medium-sized. Let there Week ending December 5th.
trust. Hemay live to see his rec
first river. There is no blinder man
letter: “Hon. Grover Cleveland— be a good attendance of tlie progressive Ella B and M A Henry to Win and
ommendation as to sugar carried out
upon the earth than he who looks
Dear Sir: I voted the republican farmers of Yamhill.
A B Gray lot 3 blk 71 Lafayette $ 100
when the new congress comes into
abroad upon all the poverty and dis
ticket this fall. Did not have quite
H and Isabella Cook to M J
power. A new plan of finance set
tress and ignorance of the world,
Wiser 60x80 feet lots 3 and 4 blk
A Herald ol tiic Infant Year.
forth in the report of Secretary Car as good business as I had hoped the
3 Rowland’s add to McMinnville 10000
then counts the millions to his cred
Clip the last thirty years or more from
lisle is endorsed by the president. It last year, but I want to be sure you
P E and Ora F Thomason to Pat
it, and lies down and dies.
the century, and the segment will repre
proposes to repeal all laws providing
rick Gaffney blk 6 Fir Grove
for the deposit of United States send you a half-blood wild one by sent the term of the unbounded popular subdivision near McMinnville .
A rt lovers, says the Chicago Times, bonds as security for circulation; to express today, which please accept. ity of Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters. The
Wm and Sarah Shepherd to Emily
will regret that Mrs. Cleveland has permit national banks to issue cir Yours respectfully, H. Vose.” The opening of the year 1895 will be signal Willsev lots 1 and 4 blk 12 North
The above is all right, but here’s something bettei
decided not to allow the nude picture culating notes not exceeding in president’s turkey dressed 25 pounds. ized by the appearance of a fresh alma Yamhill.......................................
of “Love atu Life,” by Watts, the amount 75 per cent of their paid up
The inauguration of Alabama’s
ivation and action of this world-famous James Wesley Jones to Geo W and
royal academician, to be hung in the and unimpaired capital, provided governor on the 1st inst., was peace
Wm F Jones 74.01 acres part H
medicine will be lucidly set forth. Ev
White bouse. We are inclined to they deposit with the government as ful and orderly. Kolb, the populist erybody should read it. The calendar D Martin dlct4r4..................
sustain Mrs. Cleveland’s position. a guarantee fund in United States contestant, appeared about eleven and astronomical calculations to be found R W and S J Lancefield to Adelia
Pape 40 acres part I N Branson d
We are certain that she would have legal tender notes, including treas o'clock with 200 followers.
Oates in this brochure arealways astonishingly
c and 6 acres part B B Branson
To close outall broken lines of MEN’S, YOUTH’S
been sustained by the city council of ury notes of 1890, a sum of equal was declared governor by the as accurate, and the statistics, illustrations,
McMinnville, who were called to act amount to 30 per cent of the notes sembly, while Kolb was sworn in
and BOYS’ OYERCOATS, SUITS, and SINGLE
Abram and Martha A Coovert to
upon a similar delicate matter not they desire to issue. It also proposes down town by a justice of the peace. interest and full of profit. The Hostet Huldah E Sherman 61.81 a part
PANTS, they have been placed at just
long since. A picture designed to to repeal the 10 per cent tax on state Kolb was refused permission to ter Company, of Pittsburgh, l’a., publish
Wm Logan d 1 c t 4 and 5 r3 ....
grace an art gallery might be all bank circulation. Touching the sil make a speech on the state house
W S and Laura L Reece to A P
right in its place, but it would not ver question the president says: “I grounds. He went outside and sixty bands in the mechanical work, and Macy 150x269 feet In Newberg
more than eleven months in the year are Mrs. S A Deskins to Margaret A
necessarily follow that it would be cannot for a moment believe that made a temperate address, declaring consumed in its preparation. It can be George 35-lOOths acres part D D
appropriate to hang up just any any of our citizens are deliberate!}’ the inauguration of Gov. Oates a obtained, without cost, of all druggists
As these are broken lines cannot fit everyone, but all who can be fitted
where—not even in the president’s willing that their government should usurpation and fraud, and saying and country dealers, and is printed in M C and J H Goodrich to Margaret
A George 2.65 acres part D D
get the best bargains on earth.
default in its pecuniary obligations, that he took his oath of office simply English, German, French, Welsh, Nor
or that its financial operations should
Cooper to LC Forrest 173J-2 acres
Just received a new line of the celebrated
T he beet sugar factory at Lehi, be reduced to a silver basis. At any usurpation.
part secs 13 and 24 t 5 r 4 and
Utah, during the season just closed, rate, I should not feel that my duty
There was a hold-up on the South
L C and C E Washburn to Martha
produced 2,000 tons of sugar, at an was done if I omitted any effort I ern Pacific eastbound express near
On Thursday last Mrs. Ungerman
E Edson lots 1, 2 and 3 blk 5
expenditure of 3230,417 for material could make to avert such a calami San Antonio, Texas, on the night of with her son Charlie visited Forest
Maple park add to Lafayette
and labor. Some interesting de ty”
November 28th. The robbery was Grove. On Friday’ she inspected J. H S Maloney, referee, to R W
Lancefield 40 acres part I N
The “Gold” for the gold boys; “Silver” for those partial to the white metal,
ductions are drawn from this state
frustrated by’ a quick-witted fireman. B. Mathiews No. 11 W. R. C. and Branson d 1 c and 6 acres part B
OREGON NEWS ANI* NOTES.
the “Palisades” for everybody. Prices range from
ment of fact. If the entire amount
B Branson die.........................
1 With the engineer he was ordered to reports the corps in good working
of sugar consumed in this country
The Salem city schools have 32 the ground and sent to cut the train order and increasing in membership.
Wm Everest 58.22 acres part
had been produced at home, the peo instructors.
back of the baggage and express In the evening she was tendered a Richard Everest d 1 c t 3 r 2....
Harry W Sitton to Nora J Pearson
ple of the United States would have
The Corvallis public' schools have cars. Instead of doing this the fire reception by the post and corps. A ne qr of se qr sec 17 t 3 r 5
received 3185,546,000, expended on
Benj and Mary J Heater to Albert
450 pupils enrolled.
home industries. The magnitude of
immediately set every brake on the after which an elegant lunch was
Heater 80 acres part Benj Heater
Also new line of UNDERWEAR, and Gents’ and
Pentland, the Independence editor, train. The robbers then tried to
these figures will be the more readily
served. The band gave them a sere <11 c t 3 r 2..........
’ MAC KNTOSHES.
understood when it is stated that boasts of green corn on his table pull out, supposedly for a point nade and were invited to come in
Mrs. E M-Anson 306.10 acres
they very near double the value of
being d 1 c of Agnes Howe except
where they had confederates. The and partake of the feast also. A
The Salem Methodists voted 76 to engine did nothing except throw pleasant time was passed in social 5 acres. .................... . ................
wheat exported in 1893, which
e are slaughtering all the celebrated
Wm H H Myers to O and M Wood
amounted to 393,534,970. The im 5 to give women seats as delegates sparks from the rails. After sweat pleasures. All seemed to enjoy the rum 10 acres part J Gaston’s
portance to the nation of -developing in the general conference.
ing and swearing for over an hour in occasion, and went home feeling it swamp land claim ......................
this important industry is made ap A citizen of Marion county collect an effort to remedy the matter, the was good to have been there. She
I.icenses to Hurry.
parent by the comparison. Rapid ed at one time 120 as bounty on robbers became frightened and fled. also visited Sheridan, accompanied
4th. L. Umphlette
strides were made in that direction gopher and sqirrel scalps.
The trainmen repaired the cut in the by Mrs. Talmage, department treas 38 and Alice Greer aged 23, of Amity. aged
under the bounty system. What
urer,and inspected Donelson No. 41
The steel safe of the Union Sav hose and went on.
December 4th. H. C Johnson aged
The best goods to wear ever brought here. We make the following reduction:
will be the effect of the repeal of the ings Loan Association bank of Port J. M Rappt left New York May W. R. C. They found earnest work 30 and M L Palmer aged 20, both of this
bounty remains to be seen. A writer land was blown open on Thanksgiv 10th on a wager that he would walk ers, and were pleased with the county.
who is familiar with the history of ing night and $2500 taken therefrom. to San Francisco by December 1st, manner in which they performed December 1st. Harrison T. Faulconer
the industry in Utah says, that had The location is the southwest corner without spending a cent other than their work. Being the youngest aged 22 and Cora A. Bogue aged 16,
the repeal occurred two years earlier of the Marquam building. The rob he earned on the journey. He ar corps in the department, they may of Sheridan.
the industry would have been de bers have not been apprehended.
Hon. Geo. 8. Batty and Maj. T. C.
rived on the 1st. He says he had a well be proud of their success.
stroyed, but improvements in cul Gov. and Mrs. Pennoyer arrived rough time in Nevada, where he had
Bell of Portland are In the city. Their
visit has to do with organizing an immi
ture aud manufacture have probably in Portland Saturday with the re but little to eat, and several times
gration enterprise for the etate, on a
We are also showing a large line of BLANKETS, in both Dormets and
placed it on a self-sustaining basis. mains of their son Horace. The could not find a bed, but otherwise
basis of united co-operation of every
All-Wool, ranging in price from 75 cents a pair to Ten Dollars.
For instance the beets manufactured governor met his wife at Rawlins, he found his task easy. In the east The new platform greatly improves section.
during the first year yielded 110 Wyoming. The funeral was held at ern and middle states he lived like a the appearance of the society hall. There
A Xlld Protest.
Our stock of shoes is simply immense, and most of them are new goods,
pounds of sugar to the ton; the sec Trinity Episcopal church Sunday king, sleeping every night in a good was no meeting last- Saturday night ow
M c M innville , Or. Dec. 4, 1894.
at prices to suit the times.
ond year it reached 134 pounds; the afternoon, with private services at hotel at no cost to himself. He wore ing to the absence of a number of the M r . E ditor : Permit me through
members from the city; next Saturday
third year 153 pounds, and this year the grave in Lone Fir cemetery.
out six pairs of shoes, and had begun
night J. W. Loder will give an address rather to express my opinion.
it is running from 175 to 180 pounds
on the seventh. He had also worn after which a good literary program will 1 was very much disappointed because
per ton. The question will event
the Thanksgiving offerings of the child
to rags two suits of clothes, but in
ren of the public schools for the hospitals
ually arise whether we can produce filled to overflowing, but neverthe Salt Lake he secured his third, with be given.
Miss Florence Alexander and Miss in Portland were not thus appropriated
sugar in competition with foreigners less indigent old soldiers continue to which he arrived at the Palace,
this year, but were diebused here at
to supply our own market, without arrive in Douglas county, expecting where he is now quartered. He had Lettie Masterson were visited, Saturday home. Now, please don’t reply with
that worn out saying “Charity begins at
placing our own farmers and manu to be cared for at the home. The to work only occasionally. He rest pendence.
home;” though, as some one says,
facturers on an equal footing with
ed and was delayed by blistered feet Mr. Michner, national secretary col “True, and too often ends there.”
The argument that the hospitals
the foreigner. Germany pays a
and sickness 50 out of 200 days. lege Y. M. C. A., and Miss Price, national are Portland institutions and should be
bounty to her farmers to enable them payers are worried thereat.
The other 150 he walked, averaging secretary college Y. W. C. A., visited supported by that city might be a good
Will S. Brown, a bookkeeper of
if they cared only for Portland pa
to grow beets to supply the United
something over 27 miles a day. He chapel exercises Wednesday morning, one
tients. But, on the contrary, they nurse
Santa Cruz, has received notification
States with sugar.
and care for people of all countries, lan
that he is entitled to one-third of a will ride back in a Pullman.
for a short time.
guages and religions, taking payment if
half-million estate in Philadelphia
Miss Gillam, of Columbia county, has the patient he able to pay, if not, giving
I t seems strange that Britain, the
left by a bachelor uncle. Brown was cisco have adopted a novel plan to enrolled as a student for the remainder everything free of charge.
The hospital in which I am specially
foremost of European powers on the
adopted when a year old by John H. raise money for the support of a of the year.
interested is the Good Samaritan, and
road to civil and religious liberty, is
Brown. The lucky man formerly ward for incurables at the Children’s An excellent entertainment consisting there are those among us who can testify
I Is busy as a bee making up clothing from .
the chief protector of Turkish des
hospital. They are going to edit the of^orations, recitations, etc., will be given
resided in Portland, Oregon.
If one from our community should ask F uew suitings. Try him for a new suit.
potism and Mohammedan persecu
to one of these houses of mercy,
The universal exposition opened
tion. But the difference between
we should expect the doors to be opened
The Purchase of a
the national and the individual char at Portland Saturday night. The per, has agreed to turn over the The second term of the school year to him as heretofore. Then Wiv should
will begin Monday, Dec. 10.
acter of Great Britain—or, perhaps,
whole newspaper plant to them and
W. J. CLARK, D.D.S
it is better to say the difference be formal opening attracted a crowd of they are going to write every line of
I believe that if those contributions
Program ot the C. L. S. <?.
Graduate University of Mich.
tween the foreign and domestic pol
from the school» had been sent to the
the paper, manage the business de
icy of Great Britain—long has been
partment, edit the telegraph news,
Has opened au oihee in Union Block, Room 6,
or more could have been obtained for
one of the wonders of the world. In H. B. Hardt made the opening ad collect the local news, solicit the Paper—The relation between England our own destitute ones in the same man and is prepared to do all work in the dental line.
dividually, the Briton is the most
ner. Probably more, as there are many CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
advertisements—and, in fact, do
who prefer to aid “Home Missions.”
liberal of European contributors to fair formally opened in a short everything in preparing the paper time, Miss Myrtie Apperson.
I have a fine yellow pumpkin and a
L atest M ethod or P ainless E xtraction .
“The Growth of the English Nation,”
bible societies, to missionary enter speech. The musical programme for publication up to the time it goes Mrs. M. C. Matthieu.
can of nice, fresh fruit contributed to
wards a box for the hospital. Any furth
prises, to hospitals, to schools and was given at the close of which to the composing and press rooms.
A study—“In what did Wycliffe’s her er donations, anything useful in an ordi
to colleges and to all and sundry the
The entire proceeds of the Christmas esy consist ?” Miss Nellie Ramsey.
nary household, will be gladly received.
A Large Line of the Best Styles at
projects of philanthropy
Collect of Oregon and Washington in the edition will be turned over to the “Europe in the 19 century,” Mrs. F. Perhaps it would do us all good to
320 ACRES AT $20 PER ACRE.
read St. Luke 10, 30-37. But as we may
ively the Briton has abolished slav music hall. The fair will be open ladies to be used for the support of Wolfenden.
not all look it up, let me give a little five
ery in his own domains at a vast di until January 15th.
the Children’s hospital. The ladies Paper—“Some famous followers of Wy- years old boy’s version of it, a “truly”
100 acres in cultivation; good pasture for cattle,
A. A. Meed was arraigned in the are very enthusiastic over the scheme
rect, and at a vastly greater indirect,
two houses, two burns and two orchards Will
ail or a part on easy terms, or will rent ou
loss to his revenue. Collectively, he
and promise to issue a paper that
stripped him and left him by the side of condition that renter buvs team and farming
has enacted the best system of leg indictment for bigamy. On being will be a revelation to Mr. Hurst s Question of Madagascar,” Mies Orilla the road, and a man came along and implements. The above Is a fine farm situated
miles southeast of Dayton. Boat landing
passed by on the other side of the road. four
islation now in force for the protec informed of his right to couucil, and corps of men editors.
and warehouse with cleaners less than one mile
tion of women aud children from the being asked if he wished an attorney
“A story of the Lollards,” Mrs. E. C. at him, and he passed by. Then a roan
L. H. BAKER.
oppressions of employers of labor. to defend him he begged leave to
U nder the Sunday closing ordi Apperson,
came along on horseback, and he took Box 106. McMinnville. Or.
Collectively, he has made his courts make a ‘ ‘few remarks” to the court. nance just passed, the city council Table talk—Wycliffe’e method of dis
him to an in, in the town, to a
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
of law as open to the poor as to the Permission granted, he made this puts itself in position to know of seminating bis doctrines. Other religious took
hotel in the town, and gave him a pair
rich. But when the collective Brit peculiar speech: “Your honor, I ficially whether the laws are being leaders and sects that have followed a of pants, (two pence) and gave him some Physician and Surgeon,
money and told the landlord to take
on deals with the collective foreign would like to say that I have em obeyed. Having official knowledge, it similar plan.
care of this half dead man, he was half
er he knows neither justice nor mer ployed or written to a very promi cannot avoid the duty which the law The meeting will be held at the resi dead, till he came back again.”
ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
cy. When he is just it is because he nent firm of several lawyers, who are makes incumbent upon it. We pre- dence of Miss Etta Palmer.
E lla L. W oods .
M c M innville , O regon .
CALL EARLY AND MAKE
Invalid 3 Years
Cured by Hood’s
The great political battle
has been fought, and
mckinley leads ü
ONE-HALF THE FORMER PRICE.
GOLD, SILVER and PALISADE White Shirts.
80 cts. to $1.35,wet Ca,h Price-
Broadhead Dress Goods
50 and 60 cts per yard.
25 cts per yard
Dress Goods, Prints, Hosiery, arriving every few days.
A. J. A PPERSON
HEATING STOVE ?