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Yamhill County Reporter.
OREGON NEWS AND NOTES.
FROM THE COUNTY PIILSS.
The Hbtel Corvallis has been sold
of McMinnville, in
by the sheriff of Benton county for
J. G. EC'KVIA.X, Aaaociule Editor.
son, the Rev. R.
town last Sun
Sheriff Harry Smith of Clatsop
SUCCESSOR TO UNION HARDWARE COMPANY.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
county is missing, and his where
rey. On Sunday night Rev. Storey
abouts are unknown.
occupied the pulpit at the Baptist
Gin Yin. who fatally stabbed Yen church, and those who heard him
Reading notice» In local columns 10 cents per
Keeps on hand a full assortment of
line for first wee* and 5 cents per line thereafter Shuey in Portland February 22d,
speak very highly of the sermon.
Display advertisements annual rates, one Inch
per month SI; each additional inch 50 cents prr has been sentenced to the peniten
Miss Delphina Ellis of Newberg,'
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding tiary for life.
who had been at the Portland hos
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to
The Eldrianna, Jackson county, pital for some months receiving treat- I
be current news. Additional matter lu cent* per
townsite boomers have disposed of ment, died at the hospital on last |
Ur. Arthur J. Monday
$8000 worth of lots in their tract on .
Sunday morning. The remains were I
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895.
Rutte creek. The buyers are mostly | brought here on Monday and the fu
J Chicago people.
neral was conducted from Friends;
As we write, the man sitting on
Residents about Sand lake in Til church at 4 p. m., Rev. Elwood Scott
our left aptly remarks, as he scans lamook county have a cranberry the pastor preaching the funeral ser Eczema For Over Three Years
the daily Oregonian, that as the marsh of seven acres, and expect to mon. For eighteen years she had i
Purified the Blood With Hood’s
strawberry season opens in Oregon gather a good many barrels of ber been an invalid, and during that
Sarsaparilla and Is Now Well.
the cyclone season is inaugurated in ries from the vines this year.
I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Maes.;
time had been confined constantly to
“Dear Sirs: I wish to forward you a
Kansas. There is a great deal of
The taking of the census has been
statement of my case. Eczema ap
And a full line of Extras for the Plano Binder. Also
truth in the observation, and their
peared three years ago and since then
Sam Jones was responsible, for
abandoned in Multnomah county. As
superior condition is one of the many
I have tried all kinds of remedies for
all kinds of Plumbing done in the Tinner’s Line.
quite a sensation on the streets last
the cure of the disease and had given
things Oregon people have to feel the different counties are taking the
you get others’ prices come and get mine before
census along different lines, it is
last I was told to try Hood’s Sarsapa- i
grateful for. while their bosoms heave
thought the result will be worthless. astride a bicycle of his own manu
rilla and Hood’s Olive Ointment. I
buying. Will be pleased to show goods and give
with pity for their neighbors in the
did so and I am happy to say that
facture. It was not exactly a pneu
Sheriff Smith of Clatsop county,
I Am Cured
who mysteriously disappeared, is matic tired or ball bearing wheel, of that dreadful skin disease. I have
taken sixteen bottles of Hood’B Sarsa
T he Sheridan Sun is a good deaj believed to have gone to Japan. He but he got there just the same, and
parilla and used five boxes of the Oint
ment. I would have written before
troubled about an alleged McMinn took with him something over $3700, alomst every wheelman on the street
but I wished to wait until I was confi-
ville “straddle-bug” who wants “this probably all he could have realized had to try it. Unlike Josh Billings’
howl about free silver stopped.” Be from his property and credits.
sell, Sam's wheel was made to ride
ware of “straddle-bugs” all the time.
dent the disease would not return
W. G. HENDERSON.
Grant Wilcox, a brakeman on the and not to sell, and Sam rides it.
it there is one in McMinnville with
again. It has not and I can say I am
greater straddling capacity than the
Hood’s Sarsaparilla.” A rthur J.
Monday by a freight train crashing
M enday , Woodland, Washington.
Sun, which made a clean straddle
through a bridge near Pioneer. John
of the republican, democratic and
Hood’s Pills do not purge, pain or gripe,
dan Monday to assist as clerk in the but act promptly, easily and efficiently. 26c.
populist parties last spring without Campbell, the conductor, lost both
store of Lafollet & Co. M. E. Hen
(Third Street, between E and F.)
committing itself to the support of his legs, and afterwards died.
drick is still owner of a portion of
Japan must answer the demands
An investigation of the strawberry
either, while the editor was being
of Russia for an open seaport by May
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
toted through on the republican quart box shows that it holds just a
Ex-Consul-General Tillotson, of
ticket for joint representative, why, pint and a half of beans. The con
S. WILSON, manager.
the fact ought to be known. The sumer of the early strawberry may wool of the season yesterday, which Tacoma, thinks Russia will not per
“howl” coming from such a source think this remarkable shrinkage is a
and claiming to be just as good a loss, but he forgets the sugar he head of mutton sheep belonging to Japan and China until she has se
Even-thing first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
D. W. Ralston. The amount reached cured from Japan what, “above all
republican as anybody, naturally saves.
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
makes the McMinnville “straddle
The women elected to office 'in
Tuesday morning Daniel Ralston, the Pacific terminus of the trans-Si
bug” tired. Let him down gently.
Florence will not rule. In the first
well-known stock buyer of this berian railway, as it is well known
place they didn't want to run
B etter feeling has much to do things, very badly, and in the next county, received the intelligence that Vladivostoc-k, the only port she
with better times—more, probably, place some men did not want them while in this city that his wife had now possesses, is closed to naviga
than we can appreciate. It is the to rule! The citizens held a mass been stricken with paralysis. He tion five months of the year. It is
duty of everybody to feel, talk and meeting and selected men for offi hastened home to find that the stroke not a matter of sentiment or princi
had affected one side of her face and ple with Russia. Her actions are
believe that greater prosperity is cers.
head. The impression is that she entirely from selfish motives. Her
ahead. From most points of view
The latest in journalism is The will survive the. attack and recover interests are not jeopardized by the
the tide seems to have turned in this
arrangements for peace between
direction, and if so, it means that Saturday Night, a literary and society in time.
and China, but she sees in the
your burdens will lighten from now
A meeting was held in the I. O. O.
conditions of affairs the
on as the journey proceeds. In any
F. hall last night to organize a re
of the century to add
emergency hope is better than de
publican club and elect delegates to
of her present Asi
spair, and contentment than great
the convention soon to be held in
riches without it. They are like the original contributions from local Portland. Organization was effect atic possessions a small tract of
country, and thereby increase their
sun as we approach it—they cast the authors.
ed and the delegates chosen. The
shadow of our burdens behind us.
Captain Sachs, proprietor of the club is to be a permanent affair now value beyond the power of computa
Constant industry is a great pan Eugene gun works, after putting be and will meet regularly in the future tion. I am not surprised at Russia’s
no more than other package soda—never spoils
acea for hard luck and depressed tween $5,000 and $6,000 in his gun for the furthering of the interests of action, but I can hardly conceive 4 ill pdvIyiU^V«). Costs
flour—universally acknowledged purest In the world.
spirits, and the man who willingly factory finds that he still needs the party. The republicans believe how Germany, France and Spain
Made only by CHURCH fc CO., New York. Sold by grocers everywhere.
toils at the best work he can find to about $800 to place it in operation. in “making hay while the sun could be inveigled into the scheme, p
at the doubtful risk of plunging the
WrUb tor Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Recipes—FREE.
do, is pretty certain to reach some He has tried to mortgage the ma shines.”
whole world into a bloody war, un
thing better in course of time. Let chinery, etc., to the banks or local
less China is to be bound, gagged,
everybody hasten the era of better capitalists for the necessary money,
and partitioned among
times by firmly asserting and believ but has been unsuccessful and is
been dissolved by mutual consent, F. them, as has been the fate of other
ing that they are coming.
B. Churchman succeeding as propri nations in times past. The Japanese
The grand jury at Portland found
are not perfect. They have their
THE YAMHILL LOCK).
an Indictment against Miss Berger,
Horse buyers have been in the vi faults, just as other people have, but
Duly Provided tor In the River the Eugene woman charged with
they certainly have been as reasona
and Harbor Bill.
sending obscene letters by mail, and cinity of Ballston of late buying ble in this as most, if not all, coun
Two weeks ago the R eporter gave the trial is awaiting her recovery of draft horses for the Portland and
a most welcome item of information, health. The crime charged is a se Tacoma markets. Onlj’ a few 1600 tries placed under similar circum
to the effect that the government rious one, punishable, under the re to 1800 pound animals are to be found stances, and no interference or bul
engineer had filed a very favorable vised statutes, by a fine of $5000 or in the country, and those are the lying by outside parties can be justi
report with the department in imprisonment for five years at hard weights wanted. A good, sound fied on any grounds whatever, in my
Washington, looking toward per labor, in the discretion of the court. 1800 pound horse is worth $150.
manent improvement of the Yamhill,
A California factory has just
Braius vcraui luvk.
T. L. McEldowney, superintend
after having made the necessary sur
out a twelve-plow gang. It
Every mechanic, says the Sanitary
veys and estimates. We are now
pulled by a thirty-horse
Plumber, can call to mind certain
able to state that a clause carrying
engine and will turn
the necessary provisions and appro
for a width of ten
priation for the improvement has
been embodied in the new river and
harbor bill and will probably go to introduce underdraining on the fail. This class of men are usually
James Down, of Down s Station,
through at the next session of con Tualatin plains, if not in the state spoken of by their friends as being
Hermann His first drains were of wood, put lucky; as having natural talent, as Marion county, Oregon, ¡snow build
writes a letter to A. J. Apper- down long before there were any tiles being to the manner born, etc. None ing three new hop houses. When
know the fallacy of these popular these are completed he will have six
son stating the important fact and to be had.
setting forth the chief points of in Mrs. Earnest Maywaldt and two suppositions so well, however, as do hop houses in all. He has 80 acres
formation contained in the engineer’s children, aged two and eighteen the successful men themselves. The
months respectively, were found cases are rare where successful men
Maine is another state which has
W ashington , D. C., April 23d, 1895.
drowned in Powder river on the 27th would not have been equally success passed a law this year prohibiting
H on . A. J. A ppebson ,
ult. It is said the woman was driv ful in lines other than those thej’ fol the sale of any compound colored so
en to desperation from the ill treat low, because energy is the power as to imitate genuine butter.
My Dear Sir:
ment of her husband, who drank to that bridges difficulties. Brains
As you were one of the party who
are certainly an important factor,
so kindly accompanied me around to excess, and while in his cups was and while brains cannot be purchased
Dallas is to have a farmers’ insti
view the Yamhill river, and as I cruel and abusive. She chose death
promised my best efforts toward its to such a life and took her two babes
improvement, I have now to report with her to watery graves.
that pursuant to the provision in the
ment of brains success does not fol
river aud harbor bill which I had in
The Ashland Record says: “Med low, unless there be application,
serted in the house committee, the ford is becoming a city of churches industry, and energy. On the other The will of Fannie Mayer admitted to
probate. Henry F. Mayer appointed ex
war department now has the report and now they are going to have a
hand, industry and energy often go ecutor. Bonds fixed at $4,000.
from the local engineer on the pro
ject of a lock and dam. The esti broad guage church that boldly says far to supply deficiencies in talent and Inventory of Samuel F. Staggs estate
mated cost is $69,(MM), including land there is no hell and everybody is go brain power. Probably the highest filed. Inventory $3,203.58.
and residence for lock-keeper at ing to heaven. The comfortableness compliment that can be paid to a
$2,000. The lock is to be 265 feet of this church should make it ex
mechanic is to tell him that lie per
long, 40 feet wide and with a lift of
15 feet. The dam and abutments tremely popular, but we rather an forms difficult work with ease, but
are composed of timber cribs filled
no words appeal so little as these to
with stone and properly sheeted with hold the fort, because the human the ears of men who have spent
and like manifes
heavy plank. The lock walls are de heart at Medford has not yet gradu hours in accomplishing what the un
tations of impure
blood appear. They
signed to be monoliths of concrete ated out of the idea that “the other
wouldn’t appear if
initiated think requires but a few
with chambers 210 feet long and 40
your blood were
moments’ application of “natural(?)
feet wide, to accommodate boats of fellow” should be roasted.
pure and your sys
tem in the right
the same size as those at Oregon
Mrs. Alien Mullen, a servant girl talent.”
City. The height of the dam will
show you what you
give a depth of at least 4 feet at low of Corvallis, has recently fallen heir
need—a good blood
purifier: that’s what
water to McMinnville, at the county to a handsome fortune left by a de The first trial of Oscar Wilde, the
you get when you
bridge, except upon a reef of rocks a ceased uncle. She gets 300 acres of English esthete, has terminated in a
take Dr. Pierce’s
short distance below the bridge, the finest land in Oregon, situated disagreement of the jury. He will
which will be submerged but little between Oregon City and Milwaukie. be tried again at the next court.
more than two feet. This reef can
It carries health
with it All Blood,
be removed without difficulty should Noris this all; for she is henceforth
Skin and Scalp Dis
the extension to the bridge be re the owner of an undivided one-half
The coroner’s jury has returned a
eases, from a com-
quired. There will be two pairs of interest in 1,010 acres of land in verdict charging Durrant with the mon Blotch, or Eruption, to the worst
, _ it _______
gates with valves for filling lock, also Texas. On the latter it is said a murder of Miss Blanche Lamont. Scrofula, are cured
the liver and rouses every organ into
gate anchorages and machinery for
The channel town is located, besides two railroad His trial for the murder of Miss Wil forms of Skin Diseases, such as Salt
through the rock bar near Martin’s depots, and how much the combined liams is now in the hands of the jury. rheum, Eczema, Tetter, Erysipelas, Boils
and kindred ailments, and with Scrofula,
landing will be 60 feet wide and 4 tracts are worth nobody knows, but
in every shape, and all blood-taints, no
feet deep at low water. A point 900 when she speaks of them sometimes
matter from what causa arising, it is an
Halstead Kansas, was visited by a unequaled remedy.
feet below the foot of the rapids at Mrs. Mullen figures them into the
cyclone on the 1st inst., which was
Lafayette has been selected, where
the dam and greater portion of the value of hundreds of thousands.
several hundred yards wide and
Mr«. B lub SwnnxY, of Flat
lock can be given a rock foundation.
Co, IF. Fa.. writes; “About four
There has been a good deal of dis about 16 miles long. Twenty resi took
With this improvement the engineers
scrofula, and did
say there will be no interruption to
and others prescribed,
navigation as far as McMinnville horses for feeding hogs in eastern sons killed.
but only got worse.
Several abscesses formed
during the entire year.
Oregon. It was reported some time
about my neck aud
This information the chief of engin
breast, aiabarging a
Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) quantity of matter. I
eers gives me to-day, as the official ago that horses were being so used
got so we
report is not yet permitted for publi in that part of the state, but the re has signed a contract for a lecture
port was subsequently denied. The tour around the world. He will leave
B inger H ermann .
Pendleton Tribune states, however, Paris shortly for the United States,
that Mr. Cass Rogers, a stockman of and proceed by way of San Francisco
The verdict of the committee Butter Creek, Umatilla county, is to Australia and India. The chief
which investigated the Elbe disaster turning his attention from raising reason for his entering into the con
Mas. S wbknby .
is that of gross negligence on the horses to raising swine, and having tract is that he has lost almost his 1 procured some and commenced using them and
began to mend. In six months mr sores
part of the mate and lookout man of several hundred horses on hand entire fortune through unfortunate soon
were all healed up. I am forty-five years old
the steamer Crathie. Captain Gor which he can not otherwise dispose investments. He lost over $200,000 and believe 1 am as stout as I ever was in my
life. I used about one dozen bottles of the
don, the commander, is exonerated of, is killing them and feeding the through the failure of one American ' Golden Medical Discovery ’ with the ' Pel
lets. and used nothing else after I began using
your medicines. '
meat to his swine.
E. F. MANNING
F. H. BAUX H AKT. Editor Sc Propr.
Ha^duiare, Tinuiare, Stoves,
Buggies, Carts and Surreys,
Jones Chain Drive JVIouier,
E. F. HANNING.
C ity S tables ,
Our Stock is now Complete, and our Prices
lower than ever. Now that
House Cleaning is in Order
We call Especial Attention to
$1 to $3.50 per pair.
Tlie best of Coffees, Spices and
Groceries are found here.
J. A1J1JERSON .
Hodson Still Leads!
SOflE OF THE THINGS
CASH WILL BUY AT HODSON’S.
Wall Paper, 6 cents.
Screen Doors $1.00
Garden Hose per ft. 5 cts. Lime per barrel 50 cents.
Boiled Linseed Oil 80 cts.
White Lead per lb. 7 cts.
Axle Grease 10 cts.
Clothes Wringers $1.60.
Wringers by the dozens direct from the factory, so that I can sup
ply you all. Remember that I have a fine line of Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils and Varnishes. You can get more goods for your cash than with
any one else in the county. To be convinced call and get my prices.
HOP TWINE AND SPRAY PUMPS FOR ALL.
A complete line of everything is kept by
O. O. HODSON.
To Make a Little Money
Go a Long Ways,
BUY GROCERIES OF
J. P. IRVINE-
MUSH FOR BREAKFAST.— We have a nice line of
breakfast mush goods. Probably the most popular
mush just now is “Twin Brothers.” Wealsohave
Wheatlets, Rolled Oat, Germea, Graham, Corn
Meal, etc. Now we will talk about pickles awhile.
Have you tried our pickles? They are the best in
the market, and cheap, too. Try them.
8 Loaves of Bread for 25 Cents.
BEST BREAD IN THE WORLD.
J. R. IRVINE.
To take advantage of the low prices at which you
can now purchase footwear at Dielschneider’s sale.
LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE!
LOWER THAN THEY WILL BE AGAIN!
Come now while the stock is complete.
ask is for you to come and get prices.
Sign of the Big Boot.
Boots and Shoes.
Don’t You Need a Neuu
Suit of Glothes......
You have been wearing those old garments a long
time now. Spring is opening, your wife has her new
bonnet, and the head of the household is really entitled
to some new clothes. Or you are a single man with
a place to sustain in society. To do this, you must be
neat and patronize the tailor. I have a splendid line of
Spring and Summer Suitings
to select from. My prices are within your reach.
and learn them.
I am Located Two Doors West of Hotel Yamhill.