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VEW CITY COMCIL.
Cut io footwear at F. Dielschneider's.
The First .Hecting.
Oo to Dr. G. S. Wright for fine dental
Mayor Ramsey called the new council
together Monday evening and announced
Charity lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. will his committees as follows:
On way-sand moans, Messrs. Chrisman,
•lid officers for the ensuiug year to-night.
Go to Hogg’s Excelsior studio for your Warren andJGault.
On accounts and current expenses,
photoe. No stairs to climb.
Messrs. York, Gault and Chrisman.
N. E. Kegg is holding down a job as
On fire ami water, Messrs. Walker,
clerk with F. W. Redmond.
Gault and Warren.
The McMinnville Flouring Mills are
On streets and public improvements,
•till doing exchange work on the usual Messrs. Wilson, York and Walker.
On health and police, Messrs. Gault,
George Flesher formed a class in vocal Wilson and Walker.
music at the M. E. church Wednesday
On judiciary, Messrs. Warren, Chris
man and York.
Will Kuns has hot peanuts every hour
Each councilman is thus given a chair
of the day.
manship of a committee and a member
Thad. Simpeon has been quite sick ship 011 three, and it is believed the
this week, the result of a hemorrhage of mayor has given much careful thought in
I regard to the fitness of the several ap-
A large line of fashionable dress goods,
On Tuesday evening all councilmen
from 40 cents to 65 cents all reduced to
present. After disposing numerous
25 cents per yard. County warrants tak-
Mayor Ramsey read the following
ken at their face.
R. J acobson .
pointed and sensible message:
There is talk of reproducing “David, G entlemen of the common council :
the Shepherd hoy,” the beautiful cantata
Agreeably to the requirements of the
presented last winter.
charter of this city, I submit to you at
Some exceedingly new and pretty de the beginning of this municipal year a
brief statement of the condition of the
signs in jewelry and silverware, etc. are city.
being shown in the new and elegant
THE FINANCIAL CONDITION.
I believe it to be a fact that the tax
stock of Wm. F. Dielschneider, the
levy every year since tire city obtained
the water and light plants, excepting the
Remember the zoological social given last year, has been ten mills on each
by the Epworth League at the residence dollar of taxable property. The levy last
was only six mills on the dollar.
of Mrs. Hogg this evening. All are in year
With the high rates of taxation the city
had a floating debt of considerable size.
Autumn weather brings up thoughts of During the year 1893,the floating debt
was materially reduced, and a good show
doughnuts. Nice fresh ones can be had ing
was made at the end of that year.
at Kuns’ bakery.
The council that came into power
Miss Nora Cooper and her brother December 1st, 1893, deternflned on a
of economy and retrenchment,
Wells left Thursday morning for Pull course
and levied a tax of six mills on the dol
man, Wash., to attend the agricultural lar, and now the report of the treasurer
makes an excellent showing, considering
all the circumstances. On December 1st,
Go to the Novelty for picture frames. 1893, there was in the city treasury, in
F. Anstein, manager.
the aggregate, only the sum of $379.99,
Married—At the home of the bride’s and there were outstanding city warrants
unpaid amounting to the sum of
parents. Wednesday, the 15th ¡net., Mr. $3,885.98. Deducting the cash in the
Wilber Hibbs and Miss Eunice E. Clark. treasury from the amount of the out--
standing indebtedness, the city had a net
Rev Lee Thompson officiating.
indebtedness of $3,505.99 on December
H. C. Burns was a business visitor to 1st, 1893, besides its bonded debt of
Portland on Wednesday.
$20,000.00. According to the treasurer’s
First-class shine 5 cents at the new report there was in the treasury on
December let, 1894, in the aggregate, the
sum of $359.60 and the total amount of
Mr. and Mrs. James Fruit of Brooks, outstanding warrants was on that day
only $901.91. Deducting the cash in the
visited at E. C. Walker’s this week.
treasury on December let from the out
Thad H. Dupuy and J. M. Dixon of standing warrants, and we find that the
Lafayette were in the city yesterday on present net indebtedness is only the sum
of $542.31 in addition to the bonded debt
created years ago and not due, against a
The rainfall at this place for the month net indebtedness of $2,963.68 one year
of November, per Capt. Harris, was 3.14 ago. This reduction was brought about,
not by an increase in the revenues, but
inches. This is unusually light.
on au income materially reduced.
Rev. J.4 T. Smith and wife of Mon The treasurer gives the following com
mouth, were guests of their daughter, parison of the revenues for the vears
1893 and 1894:
Mrs. H. A. Denton, on Wednesday.
Dr. Lowe goes south the last of the
month. See him at once in Dr. Wright’s Taxes received, 15,506.86, 54,432 25. 31074 61
Saloon licenses, 2,200 00,
dental office. Eyes tested free for glasses. Other licenses,
The Methodist Sunday school will ob
serve Christmas eve by filling a boat Water and light, 4,722.30,
net decrease of the revenues dur
with presents. Santa Claus will paddle ing The
the year, as compared with the pre
his own canoe.
vious year, was $1,295.78. The water
It is time to consider the question of and light plant yielded, during the year
closed, $593.83 more than the pre
holiday presents. Chas. Grissen invites just
your attention this week to his fine line.
Those who managed the financial af
He surely has them.
fairs of the city the last year are entitled
to commendation for their prudence and
A pressure is being brought to bear economy.
The city is almost free from
upon Elsia Wright to finish the hall in all debt but the bonded one created in
his new block at once. There is a grow purchasing the water and electric works.
Economy in public affairs is a matter
ing demand for good halls.
of the highest importance to the people.
The Corvallis boys, who played foot Extravagance in the management of the
ball with the Portland team Thursday, affairs of individuals leads to bankruptcy,
went into the field carrying accident in and the profligate expenditure of public
funds has the same effect on govern
surance to the amount of $42,000, taken ments.
for the occasion.
Those entrusted with the expenditure
The railroad company is selling excur of public moneys should study to keep
taxation as low as thej- can consistently
sion tickets to Portland and return, dur with the needs of the government. To
ing the exposition, at one and one-third take more money from the tax payers
fare, with two admission tickets to the than is necessary to an economical gov
fair attached at fifty cents. Excursion ernment is tyrannous.
I recommend economy in every de
tickets are sold on Tuesdays and Fridays, partment of the city government.
good to return in three days.
WATER AND LIGHT.
As shown by the treasurer’s report the
The Hotel Yamhill has been sold to a city
received as collections from custom
Portland gentleman by the name of G. ers for lights and water during the year
H. Wiser, and we understand will be the sum of $5,316.13, and the water and
opened at once, either by himself or by light fund received as taxes from the
the sum of $2,845.83, making the
another party who is figuring to lease city
sum of $8,161.96 paid into that fund dur
the property. This is good news, and ing the year, in addition to $303.91 in
we hope the new proprietor will prove to that fund at the beginning of the year.
All this money was expended, but
be the right man in the right place.
$63.26, prior to December 1st.
8. A. Manning was in Portland Mon It will be seen that this plant cost the
day on business with the creditors of the tax payers during the year the sum of
Union Hardware company, of which he $2,845.83, being at the rate of $237.15 per
month, in addition to what persons tak
is assignee. There is some prospect, we ing
lights and water paid into the treas
think, of the stock being sold in a lump, ury, but nearly all of this was paid out
on warrants issued prior to December
replenished and set up anew.
let, 1893. It is evident that this plant
Mrs. Ada Unruh is home from an ex has
done better this year than in pre
tended lecturing tour through eastern vious years. But I am unable to state
Oregon. She has given about a hund that there will not be some large ex
red lectures and organized a number of penses for repairs or to remove this
plant to another location this year. The
temperance unions during the time,one of chief
engineer reports that something
about forty members among the Warm will have to be done in the spring. In
Springs Indians. As a temperance lec whatever is done I recommend careful
turer and organizer the lady has gained ness and economy. If a sufficient supply
good water, water that a majority of
an excellent reputation throughout the of
our people would be willing to use in
their houses, could be obtained at mod
The cannery started up last week and erate expense, I believe this plant would
be a source of revenue.
preparations are being made to run until soon
I believe that there should be no re
about the last of December. A large ductions in rates charged for water or
amount of nice apples are there in read lights. The rates are now lower than in
iness for canning, which are of the beet many places. A reduction in these
’ would necessitate an increase in
quality. The cannery is operated by J. rates
taxes to make up, at the public expense,
C. Cooper as manager, and Mr. Goetz- what would be lost by the reduction.
Many now pay taxes to support this
man as superintendent, who has had
wide experience in the canning business. plant, who cannot obtain either light .or
water. I am opposed to anything that
There are now about twenty hands em will increase this burden of the tax payer
ployed, but the force will soon be in for the benefit of the consumer.
SUNDAY CLOSING OF SALOONS.
creased to about thirty. The output will
A year ago I discussed this subject to
be about two tons per day and will, no
doubt, be a first-class article. When the some extent and made certain recom
mendations in regard thereto. I will not
cannery season ends there is talk of run go into this subject at length now. I re
ning a soap factory in this building, new the recommendations then made.
which will quite likely meet with suc Sunday is a day of rest ordained for the
benefit of man and beast. All civilized
cess. In the spring it will be the inten nations
have some kind of Sunday regu
tion to reopen the cannery business.— lation. About every state of this Union
Independence West Side.
has a Sunday law. They are sustained
by all courts of last resort on the ground
M erchants ’ C arnival .—A coming so that days of rest are beneficial to man,
and his benefit is a proper thing to be
cial event that promises to be great in promoted by legislation.
attraction is being arranged under the
There is a very imperfect and indefi
auspices of the Christian church. The nite ordinance among the unenforced
dates fixed are the evenings of Decem laws of this city, pertaining to Sunday
of saloons, but a better and more
ber 21st and 22d in the opera house. closing
certain one should be enacted. The sa
Nearly all the business firms in the city loons of the city more or less openly
have signified a willingness to partici violate this ordinance, and the council
pate, and will lend their influence to the which recently retired refused to pass a
better one. I recommend that an ordi
success of the entertainment, which will nance sufficiently specific to be enforced
be known as a “Merchants’ Carnival.” be passed, and that the marshal be com
Those who have to do with initiating the pelled to enforce it to the be®1 04 4118
entertainment and have witnessed its ability. This ordinance should provide
success in other citiec, lead the public to that if any person having a license to
sell liquors violates its terms J*18,1, h.le
anticipate something good as well as a license and also his bond e41014'14 be
little out of the ordinary line. The strik deemed forfeited for such violatlon-
ing and spectacular feature will be a pa I recommend, also, that no license be
geantry of young womanhood attired in granted to any person who shall vjolate
the new ordinance, if ope be enacted-
costumes representing the different busi Persons who refuse to obey the liquor or"
ness firms. There will be between fifty dinances should not be licensed to sei*
and sixty firms represented. There will liquors. If licensee are to be granted»
also be a literary and general entertain the council should exercise a reasonable
discretion and be convinced before they
ment prepared, the details of which have grant any that the persons licensed will
not been announced. An admission fee obey the law, otherwise they refuse to
pi 25 cents will be charged.
Drinking houses, unrestrained, are too
often breeding places of crime and
Estate of Luther Hill. Inventory ap
schools of the vicious, and if they were proved.
absolutely prohibited it would not be a
Estate of Daniel C. Hastings. Inven-
public calamity. They produce nothing
that is good, and it is one of the unac 1tory approved.
countable things that we meet with that
In the matter of the adoption of IJoyd
intelligent persons should deem them Vivian Carter, a minor under the age of
agencies of material prosperity, and op
pose every effort to regulate or restrain 7 years, by C. H. McKinney. Petition
them. They should be restrained and i for the adoption of said minor granted
regulated, or prohibited altogether.
' and said minor’s name is hereby changed
As it is my privilege from time to time
to advise the council, I will not submit ; from that of Lloyd Vivian Carter to that
of Lloyd Vivian McKinney.
anything further at this time.
W. M. R amsey ,
Guardianship of Sarah C. and Martha
Mayor of the City of McMinnville.
L. Funk. Joseph T. Funk appointed
After the reading of the message, or guardian and bonds fixed at $70. Bond
dinance No 148 was introduced by Coun filed and appoved.
cilman Walker. It was not the same or Estate of Henry White. Petition to
dinance heretofore introduced, which ! sell real property filed and set for hear-
failed of passage, but one thought to be ing on January 8th, 1895, at 10 a. m.
superior in its provisions. It is designed Citation to be served as by law provided.
to regulate saloons, barrooms and drink Guardianship of Geo. H. and Jas. W.
ing shops, and to provide a penalty that W. Walker. First annual account filed
can be enforced. Briefly stated, it makes and approved.
it the duty of keepers of such places to
Heirs of Nathan Westfall. Third an
close their shops on Sunday, and to keep nual account approved.
closed all day. It does not apply to
Estate of Keziah Hastings. Inventory
druggists selling liquors for medicinal filed and approved.
purposes. The keeper of the saloon
may enter himself on said day, provided
The popularity of Chamberlain’s
he locks the door and permits no one Cough Remedy and the high esteem in
else to enter. In case of fire in or ad which it is held leads us to believe it to
joining such place, entrance to save be an article of great worth and merit.
property is not prohibited. The penalty We have the pleasure of giving the ex
on conviction is a fine of not less than perience of three prominent citizens of
$25 nor more than $50, and in default of Redondo Beach, Cal., in the use of the
payment by defendant he shall serve remedy. Mr. A. V. Trudell says: “I
time in jail one day for every $2 of the have always received prompt relief when
fine, and costs shall l»e assessed as in I used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.”
other cases. Both bond and license shall Mr. James Orchard says: “I am satisfied
be forfeited from date of violation. The that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
marshal may arrest with or without war cured my cold.” Mr. J. M. Hatcher
rant, and shall each Sunday make ex says: “For three years I have used
amination to see whether ordinance is Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy in my
family and its results have always been
being complied with.
The ordinance was read a second satisfactory.” For sale by S. Howorth&
time by title. Councilman Chrisman Co., druggists.
wished to amend by a provision that the
Good Bye George.
drugstores also be watched. The mayor
B. Wills left November 29,
thought they bad no power to regulate
drugstores. There was no second to the 1894, for his native home in southeastern
amendment, the ordinance passed to the Missouri, to visit his parents and friends
third reading and was read in full. The from whom he has been absent nine
vote on its passage stood, ayes, Council years. While we shall miss him very-
men Walker, Warren, Gault and York; much, while absent for a few weeks, yet
nays, Conncilmen Wilson and Chrisman. we rejoice to know he has conducted
On motion of Councilman Wilson ap himself during his nine years in Oregon
plication of Thos. McCourt for saloon in such a way as to not only make a host
license was taken up, and on motion of of friende, but has proven himself to be
Councilman Chrisman the bond was ap an honest, upright man, whose reputa
proved. Councilman Walker moved that tion for truth and veracity is beyond re
license be granted on payment of $200, proach and who is worthy the confidence
of all who know him. These facts should
and the same was carried.
An anonymous communication handed be most gratifying to his parents, who
in by Councilman Wilson, who bad for bid him good bye a mere boy, starting in
gotten who handed it to him, was tabled iife alone, surrounded by the many
temptations of the world, and when we
without readiug, for lack of signature.
consider the fact that he landed in Ore
Application of F. E. Griffith for posi gon among strangers, in a strange land
tion as superintendent of water and without a dollar, it certainly reflects
lights was read. It was a bid to do the credit to say that through economy and
work for $25 per month and 25 cents an industry he has accumulated plenty of
hour for extra labor, or to devote all his means without embarrassing him to go,
time to the work for $60 per month. P. as most likely he is doing for the laBt
D. Glenn made verbal application for time, and visit his aged parents. We
reelection to the position, at such com say enjoy yourself, George, while away,
pensation as the council might fix as and in due time come back, at which
reasonable. He was elected by a vote of time we will gladly meet you at the train
5 to 1.
with a speedy team prepared for the oc
J. W. Ballinger was unanimously casion, and will hasten you to a table
chosen street commissioner, without op spread with chicken and gingerbread,
position, likewise E. C. Apperson was (your special favorites) and rejoice to
reelected city treasurer and L. Gran- welcome you among us again.
strom chief engineer.
A n O regonian .
The matter of a contract with Supt.
Glenn was referred to the judiciary com Geo. W. Jenkins, editor of the Santa
Maria Times, Cal., in speaking of the
A petition for an electric light at A. J. various ailments of children said: “When
Gant’s corner on Pine street, signed by my children have croup there is only one
numerous residents in that quarter, was patent medicine that I ever use, and
referred to committee on fire and water. that is Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
Council adjourned to meet the evening It possesses some medical properties that
of the 18th inst. Regular meetings will relieve the little sufferers immediately.
hereafter be held on the first and third It is, in my opinion, the best cough med
Tuesdays of each month.
icine in the market.” If this remedy is
freely given as soon as the croupy cough
The next literary and musical enter appears it will prevent the attack. It is
tainment at the college will lie this week also an ideal remedy for whooping cough.
Friday night. Miss Cora Bryant and There is no danger in giving it to chil
Miss Esther Eborall, and Messrs. Cook, dren, as it contains nothing injurious.
Carr and Toney will have declamations. For sale by 3. Howorth & Co., druggists.
The scrap basket will once more
make its appearance with Miss Frances
M. U. Gortner, the general agent at
Smith as editor. Miss Galloway and this place for the New York Life Insur
Miss Baxter and Mr. Root and Mr. Will ance Company, paid over to Mrs. Robert
iams will have orations. English litera L. Stow the past week $101^.20, being
ture of the seventeeth century will re the amount of her late husband’s policy
ceive special attention in three of the in that company. The surplus above
orations. This, together with good music, $1000 was the amount already accumula
will make an interesting and profitable ted on Mr. Stow’s insurance, though he
had been insured but a short time.
Planting the Standard
All hail Columbus! Behold the
great navigator as he lands. The
perils of the deep are past. The
clouds of fear have vanished.
The night of gloom has ended.
In the heavens the sun of success
shines resplendent. Morning has
Imperiously the banner of
haughty Spain greets the day
light. Upon its fluttering folds
are inscribed the destinies of a
new world. Its gleaming surface
marks a long advance in the evo
lution of the human race. It
tells a story of prophecy unpar
alleled, of developement unap
proached in the fullness of re
It crowns with
triumph the efforts of genius.
M c M innville , ore .
The Sale will Commence
Thursday, November 1st,
and will continue until further notice is given.
This w ill be the greatest sale ever made in the state, as the prices have
already been reduced from IO to 15 per cent on former prices.
DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS:
CLOTHING AND MACKINTOSHES
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
TRUNKS AND VALISES
W. L. Douglas Shoes, 10 per cent.
Red School House Shoes, 15 per cent
C. M. Henderson & Co’s Men’s 1OOO Line, 10 per cent.
Rubber goods, 5 per cent.
STAPLES—Such as Sheetings, Canton Flannels and Calicoes,—no discount
Parties knowing themselves indebted will please call
and settle. We need the money.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
nic.flinuville Produce Market.
Jeaielry Store * * *
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Ol H CLUBBING LIST.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
We have special arrangements with
the following leading publications,
whereby we are able to offer them in
connection with our own at exceedingly
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real low rates, as follows: The R epórter
Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at and
Weekly Inter Ocean............................. ......... ,...... 41.35
Leave your order for a good, fat chick St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly.......... 1.75
Northwest, Portland, semimonthly... 1.25
en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street •Rural
New York Tribune, weekly................................. 1.25
♦The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
L. E. Walker is paying highest market the most practical and useful publication
price for hides, pelts and tallow.
on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
“Dressmaking” signs 25c ready printed fruit growers.
at this office.
Card of Thank«.
It was the standard of unequalled strength, perfect
purity and wholesome results. The award to Dr. Price’s of
highest honors at the Fair furnishes conclusive evidence of
its superiority over all other baking powders.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry for sale at
bard times prices.
WAUbflCE & WALKER
at the Fair was that ot
A Standard of Excellence for Forty Years.
D. A. SMITH'S
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
☆ ☆ ☆
Another Standard Proudly Displayed
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
I by local applications as they cannot reach All kinds of Fine,
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
Oats. ...................... .
one way to cure deafness, and that old Watches re
35@40 is by constitutional remedies. Deafness
paired and made
Eggs........................................ .. 20@25c is caused by an inflamed condition of the
to run as good
Chickens................. ............. $1 50@300 mucous lining of the Eustachian tube.
as new at
8c a lh
' rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
. . $3('j$3.50 and when it is entirely closed, deafness
25 is the result, and unless the inflamma
5c tion can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
Baled hay, timothy...............
$10 of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
$7 nothing but an inflamed condition of the
$7 mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
$6 that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
$16 Cure. Send for circulars, free.
_ F. J. C heney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
There will be an entertainment and
$14 fair given for the benefit of the Presby
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro- terian church at Garrison’s Opera House
duce, paving the highest price in cash on the evening of December 18th. Pro
the market will justify. He will sell gram is crowded out this week, but will
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar appear next.
den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
D street south of First National Bank.
He also carries a full line of Graham in
of Yamhill county will
small sacks, buckwheat, com meal,
wheatlets, etc. Nursery stock a specialty. meet in local institute at North Yambill
Dec. 8th, at 10 o’clock a. m.
A good program is promised. AU in-
tarested in the cause are invited to be
present. By order of
C ommittee .
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
Reported by L. E. Walker.
Ernest A. Hill admitted to full citizen
ship upon proof taken in upon court by
affidavits of H E Mosher and T J Harris.
Jas Baxter vs. A. Lefever and I
Nichols. Judgment for plaintiff for want
of answer and attached property ordered
L. Bettman vs. Henry and Mary
Simms. Judgment for plaintiff for want
of answer and attached property ordered
C. J. Dalquist vs. Lars Gregerson.
Judgment for plaintiff for want of
answer and attached property ordered
R. M. Wade & Co. vs. J. W. Shelton.
Judgment for plaintiff for want of answer
and attached property ordered sold.
Briebine & Simmons vs. M. B. and
Martha Martin. Judgment for plaintiff
for want of answer and attached property
The World’s Fair contained no finer statue of the great
discoverer than this colossal figure. It commanded from its
pedestal the eastern entrance to the Administration build
ing. The majesty of its dimensions, the vigor and aggres
siveness of its expression and the artistic finish of its com
position made it admired as a genuine sculptural triumph.
20 Per Gent
The dancing club individually and
collectively extend to Mrs. E. D. Fellows
and the ladies assisting her, their
most sincere thanks for the beautiful
decoration which the dance ball received
from their hands. The great success of
the Thanksgiving ball was probably
more largely due to their efforts thgn to
any other one cause. The boys know
they can’t get along without Aunt Vida.
Y. P. 8. C. D. C lub .
and Maple too
HSTice Sweet IXIaclcerel
Cranberries and Crackers
Everything for the Breakfast, Lunch or Tea Table
See Our Handsome Line of Semi-Porcelain Ware.
My name stands for
one of the most
reliable and best
known jewelry stores
in the county.
We Handle Only First Quality Goods
When you buy a
holiday present and
I guarantee it, you
have something for
GOOD APPLES AND POTATOES
Wanted in Exchange for Groceries.
Pork and Cider Barrels in Oak or Fir.
Sweet Potatoes Two Cents a Pound.
Come in and see our
Wm. F. DIELSCHNEIDER.
Schilling’s Red Band Tea.
A guarantee with every package.
We Buy all Kinds of Poultry. Cash or Exchange.
I have a scheme that will Interest
you. See my window for particulars.
C. M. WEED, AT &T.