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Yamhill County Reporter-
OREGON NEWS AND NOTES.
A Reply that Doesn’t Reply.
M c M innville , Ore., Oct. 16ch. 1893.
The Willamette at Oregon City is
To the E ditor ;—Your comments
F. H. BAM.MHAKT, Editor ic Propr. ; the lowest it has been for five years.
in last week's R eporter , in sub
J. G. ECKMAf, Associate Editor.
Prune shipments irom Forest stance, that thousands of dollars of
! Grove netted the shippers about 2} the state s money were expended in
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. cents on the average. Big money in
fostering horse racing, are erroneous Is the Foundation of the Wonderful Cures
growing them at that figure.
and misleading. In fact, there has by That
is Why the cures by Hood’s Sar
never been one cent of the state ap saparilla are C ures .
Reading notices in local columns 10 cents per
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter. lose his house at Happy Camp on propriation given to further contests
That is Why Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures
Display advertisements, annual rates, one inch .
per month (1; each additional inc’a 50 cents per Netarts by fire last Friday evening, of speed of any kind. Of the $5000 the severest cases of Scrofula, Salt Rheum
other blood diseases.
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding says the Tillamook Advocate.
[ yearly appropriation, the law re- i and
That 1 b Why it overcomes That Tired
10 lines published free, if furnished m time to
hr current news. Additional matter lb cent« per
The biggest apple at the Portland quires that it shall be awarded and Feeling, strengthens the nerves, gives
exposition comes from Lexington, given for premiums other than speed. energy in place of exhaustion.
That is Why the sales of Hood’s Sar
Morrow county, is 16 inches in cir The records are open for inspection,
FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 18»5.
and if you can show one instance [ saparilla have increased year after year,
cumference and weighs 28 ounces.
until it now requires for its production
The Oswego Iron Worker his en where any part of the state appro- J the largest Laboratory in the world.
A nd now the question is whether tered its fifth year. The Iron Worker priation has been given to promote i
Governor Culberson of Texas intends is one of the papers we like It is i speed contests or horse races, you ,
I cannot only convict the president of
to be »candidate for president or vice- bright, newsy and common-sense.
the board of perjury, but also assure
The population of the principal
the forfeiture of an approved bond of
towns of Jackson county is as follows:
given by that official each Is the only True Blood Purifier promi
G eneral L ee is reported to have ; Ashland, 1900; Medford, 1414; Jack
said: “ It I had been killed, General sonville, 712; Central Point, 321; year for the faithful performance of nently in the public eye today. Be sure
to get Hood’s and only nood’s.
Mahone would have succeeded me in Gold Hill, 283.
The state fair is not run in the
ensy to buy. easy to take
Brown Bros., owning and operat interest of horsemen, and there is Hood’s P'Hs ottv jr»
ing a sawmill in South Tualatin, lost not a patron of the turf on the board
T here has never been a special their factory by fire one night last
As an instance, a
session of the legislature in Texas to week, together with all the lumber of managers.
blue ribbon on old Altamont, the
prohibit the carrying of pistols in the that was on the yard.
greatest standard bred horse in the
The Oregon Presbyterian synod world and one that has added hun
convened Saturday in Salem. The dreds of thousands of dollars to the
The new census of Portland foots
official reports show a state member wealth of the state, brings to his
up 81,000 inhabitants. This is a gain
ship of 5567, comprising 62 Indians owner $7.60 less than the same rib
of about 10,000 since the federal cen
and 30 Chinese, a gain of 300 in the bons on Mr. Hendrick’s bull from Don’t swear at your watch. It isn’t its fault—
sus of 1890, while the county of
yours. Bring it to a man who understands
this county, which he was fortunate it his ’s business,
and who will treat you and your
Multnomah also increases about two
The ex-soldiers in and about Hills in selling the next day for $40. And watch honestly, and then you wont be led to
I don’t care whether your watch is a
boro who were honorably discharged the first award to Marcus Daly’s profanity.
foreign or American made. I can put it in shape
from the war of the rebellion have great thoroughbred, that cost thou if it is worth it, and if it isn't I will tell you so.
As Joseph Jefferson originated*the
organized a G. A. R. post, and named sands and which could be sold for a
all star show system, where a num
it Gen. Ransom Post No. 69. It snug fortune, brought the possessor
ber of leading actors are massed to
the pittance of $22.50, while Mrs.
starts with 31 members.
gether in one great production, the
of Falls City took away over
St. Louis Star-Sayings makes the fol The judgment of the circuit court
Wm. F. Dielscbneider,
seventy dollars as premiums on a
lowing suggestion to him: “Let him
load of “garden truck.”
proceed at once to secure and sign Samuel G. Brown to hang for the
This county has no reason to com Two Doors Below P. O.
Grover Cleveland, Hoke Smith, J.
plain, as its citizens carried home
Sterling Morton, Bowler, ‘Par August 13, 1894, has been confirmed
$600 premium money given to
amount’ Blount, and John G. Carlisle. by the supreme court.
worthy persons as James Nairn,
Shortly after March 4, 1897, Mr. Jef The industry of peeling and drying
Gunning, John Redmond, Hen
ferson could put them on the road in chittim bark is assuming considerable
John Hendricks, Geo. A Neat Restaurant
a comic production entitled, Our Ad proportions in this county the last
Warren, Edson Bros.,
ministration, which would make such year. Druggist Williams has shipped
W. A. Howe, the Misses Apperson,
plays as the Comedy of Errors seem several tons of the bark. It makes
Mrs. Fellows and daughter Cyntitha A Good Meal
as solemn as a section of the Wilson good medicine.— Tillamook Headlight.
and others no less worthy.
While out deer-hunting Saturday,
It is true there were contests of
about 14 miles from Woodville, speed each day of the fair which
M r . H ermann stated in his Friday Francis Emmons shot and instantly were enjoyed by thousands. There Courteous Treatment
evening talk that the Yamhill im killed J. Carter, whom he mistook were also other exercises of a religious
provement measure has secured the for a deer. The deceased was an and educational nature, and I must
ARE WHAT MAKE
endorsement of the war department. unmarried man 41 years old. Both say it takes a more critical eye than
This is important, as it shows recent men were mountaineers and used to mine to discriminate between the
progress. In reality, the bill has hunting.
magnificent audience which attended
practically run its last gauntlet, it
George McCoy, a young man of the religious services at the grand
being very seldom, as Mr. Her Drain, was accidentally shot and stand on Sunday, and the equally
ATTRACTIVE AND POPULAR.
mann said, that a measure of this instantly killed Friday at Gardiner, refined one which was present to
kind, after having received favorable Douglas county. He was out with view the hurdle and other races of
report from the government engi a hunting party, and attempted to the day before. Iu each case were Confectionery!
neer, the river and harbor commit wipe out his gun while it was loaded. to be seen numbers of the most re
Candies, Fruits and Nuts of the
tee and lastly the war office, fails to It is supposed the ramrod struck the fined society including ministers,
go through without friction. This cartridge with such force as to ex Sunday school teachers, professors,
Cigars and Tobacco.
assurance leads the people of Yam plode it.
representatives of every profession
hill to feel that their interests have
A Grant’s Pass dispatch the 11th and trade and the highest state and
been well looked after. Our present says Charles Fiester, the old man federal officials.
South Side Third Street.
watchword is the Yamhill river and who killed his wife several months
The man who did not attend the
the Nicaragua canal, and Binger ap ago by drowning her in a pool of fair, or the one present who bought
pears to be with us on both proposi water, was to-day sentenced to be pools on the wrong horse is not in a
hanged Nov. 29th. He showed very condition to judge of the merits of PORTLAND DRAMATIC CLUB
little concern when the sentence was the magnificent agricultural, horti Will present the intensely interesting and
S ays the Corvallis Timet: “There passed. The usual notice of appeal cultural, forestry, mineral, fishery highly moral domestic drama—a touchingly
ought to be added to the taxation has been taken.
and manufactory exhibits. The art beautiful aud faithful portrayal of domestic life,
laws of the state of Oregon a pro The two Browning brothers and gallery was complete with the finest replete with humor and pathos, in two acts,
vision for a rebate to the taxpayer their father have been on trial collection of works of home and for
who pays his taxes promptly. Un several days for the killing of a eign artists. The display of oriental “CHimNEY CORKER,”
der the present system prompt pay man named Tracy July last over a paintings and curios by Mrs. Bonham followed by the gloriously funny, side-splitting,
ers of taxes are called upon to pay mining-claim dispute. The three are and others well repaid the trouble of
not only their own taxes, but interest being tried together. The jury was a visit to the pavilion, not to speak “Sarah’s Young .Tlaii,”
upon the taxes of slow payers, as taken to the scene of the shooting, of the exhibit made by the agricul
as reproduced by them with immense success
well as interest and principal of tax 20 miles in the country, yesterday. tural college, state university and
payers who do not pay at all. A
Porphyry Roberts of Scoggins val the complete working dairy exhibit Garrison’s Opera House,
system of graduated rebates for
ley had a hand to claw encounter made by Mr. Weeks, the whole being
prompt payers and penalties for
Saturday Evening, Oct. 26.
with a bear Monday to a finish. He the product of every industry of the
slow payers would solve a vexed
was in town Wednesday and had his state and was certainly one of the Highly moral lesson for the children; tears and
problem, and make it important to left arm in a sling and bore ugly finest exhibits ever given in the
fun for old and young. C. B. REYNOLDS and
all taxpayers to be prompt.” All of
MISS NETTIE A. OLDS leading characters, sup
looking scratches on his head and northwest.
which is very true. This system
ported by the entire company. Prices to suit the
W m . G alloway .
other arm. The bear had one of his
times. All parts of lower floor 25 cents; reserved
has been in force in Kansas for fore legs broken by a rifle ball or he
seats 10 cents extra; gallery 15cents; children 10
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
many years and apparently works
cents. Reserved seats now on sale at Roger
would have made short work of the
Bros’, drug store.
well. The populists and democrats fellow. Roderts, pursuing the bear
Ex- Governor E. P. Ferry, the first
in that state denounce it as an in with only an ax for a weapon, brought
stance of republican legislation in him to bay. The bear dodged his governor of Washington as a state,
Joseph H. Manley, chairman of the
blows and closed in on the man, seiz died in Seattle on Monday, at the national republican executive com
favor of the rich.
ing his arm with his teeth and cuffiug age of 70.
mittee, is soon to visit the Pacific
him viciously with his uninjured
It is a settled rumor that with the slope, and it is intimated that the
T he business men of this city, and fore leg. The man freed himself at
others whose interests are involved length after a desperate struggle by marriage of their daughter Consuela presidential boom of T. B. Reed is to
in its growth and prosperity, should gripping the bear's nose and shutting to the Duke of Marlborough Mr. and be looked after.
go to work to develop the country off his wind. Roberts secured his Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt will become
The new Texas law against prize
ax again and got in a blow that laid
contiguous. The way to do that is Ins antagonist out apparently dead. reconciled.
fighting is in force. Governor Clark
to get the large farms parceled up Roberts’ clothes were nearly torn off
Cholera in Honolulu is decreasing of Arkansas says the Corbett-Fitz
into smaller ones and planted to from him and he was exhausted and rapidly. But one case is reported fight shall not occur in his juris
fruit. If they are not prepared to ready to faint.— Forest Grove Times. since the last mail previous to the diction, if the militia can prevent it,
take hold of such an enterprise and
14th inst. The neighboring islands and Agent Wisdom of the Indian
Mr. J. K. Fowler, secretary and treas
put the necessary capital into it,
Territory has beaded it off there.
are still quarantined.
they should endeavor to interest urer of the Corinne Mill, Canal and Stock
The pugilists are looking toward
The first national purity congress
some outside party in the enterprise. Co., of Corinne, Utah, in speaking of
Mexico. Quite a sensation occurred
The development of the country for a Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy says: “I under auspices of the American at Hot Springs, Ark. The ministers
consider it the best in the market. I
few miles south of Salem furnishes a have used many kinds but find Cham Purity Alliance convened in Balti called a meeting of protest. Brady,
striking illustration of what the berlain’s the most prompt and effectual more on Monday for a three days Corbett’s manager, was present, and
fruit industry will bring about. Not in giving relief, and now keep no other session.
asked if the representative of Mr.
long since the writer visited that in my home.” When troubled with a
It is said that for the first time Corbett might be permitted to have
section, and for three or four miles cough or cold give this remedy a trial since his arrest, Durrant seems im a few words. There were a few ex
from Salem out it seemed like being and we assure you that you will be more pressed with the seriousness of the pressions of dissent, but calls to
pleased with the result. For sale
in the suburbs of the town. The than
charge against him, and that there “Speak! speak!” began to fill the
by S. Howorth & Co., druggists.
Statesman is advocating free mail de
is a possibility of his conviction. He room, and Brady was permitted to
livery for that district and says:
talk. His talk captured the house,
To-day occurs the execution at is becoming much depressed.
“In the fruit districts south of Salem, California’s state prison of St. Clair S an F rancisco , OcT.12.-The big 13- and when he finished such an accla
extending from a few miles outside and Hansen for the murder of the inch gun for the cruiser Oregon, mation of cheers and handclapping
the city limits toTurner and beyond, mate of the bark Hesper on the high which arrived today from the East, went up as was never seen or heard
there ¡6 now a population of hun seas. This will be the first execution will not be put on the war ship im in that sacred edifice. The church
dreds, where seven or eight years of federal prisoners on the Pacific mediately. The Union Iron works people were completely nonplussed,
ago only a few dozen families resided. coast.
officials state that the cruiser will and in a few minutes more the house
As the fruit trees come into bearing,
No provision for ward caucuses has yet not be ready to take any armament was practically empty.
and the business comes to need more been made. The voters in each ward are for at least four months. The gun is
A Storm at Sea
labor in its different branches, and privileged to get together and name their nearly twice as large as the largest
discomfort of the voyager.
as the small tracts increase in num candidates, or they can let it go by de ever brought to this coast before by
the weather is not tem
ber, this population will become fault aud make up a ticket on election
pestuous he is liable to seasickness.
more dense. These people are as much day. The holding of caucuses will prob
They who traverse the “gigantic wetness”
entitled to free mail delivery as are ably be suggested at the city caucus to Geo. Hazzard of Custer post No. 6 should be provided with Hostetter’s
G.A.R. of Tacoma, will offer a reso
those of the suburbs of the cities.”
Stomach Bitters, which quiets disordered
This development has been brought The Carlton schools opened on the 7th lution providing that his post appoint stomachs with gratifying speed and cer
with two departments. Prof. Baker and a committee of five to memorialize
about mainly through the efforts of
tainty. To the hurtful influence of a
Miss Maggie Triplett are the teachers.
the Oregon Land Company and Forty-six pupils were present on the first congress for the passage of a law tropic, malarious or too :-igorous or damp
others, who bought the big farms day. Last year the school opened with doing away with the distinciton be climate, as well as to the baneful effect,
tween Federal and Confederate vet of unwholesome diet ano. bad water, it is
and sold them out in small parcels. 39 pupils.
erans, so far as relates to their ad a reliable antidote. Commercial travel
Uncle Jim Fletcher comes to the front
The sentence of South Dakota's with fifty gallons of boiled cider which he mission to national soldiers’ homes; ers by sea or land, mariners, miners,
defaulting treasurer, Taylor, has is selling at 75 cents a gallon. The sam in shcrt, that disabled ex-Confederate western pioneers, and all who have to
encounter vicissitudes of climate and
been cut dowu to two years, and is to ple we tried was very fine, and would be soldiers be admitted to national sol temperature, concur in pronouncing it
diers’ homes on exactly the same
reckon from August 14th.
excellent for mince pies.
the best safeguard. It prevents rheuma
Our excellent old friend Burbank of footing as ex-Union soldiers.
tism and pulmonary attacks in conse
This question was hinted at at the quence of-damp and cold, and it is an
Twenty-eight more vegetarians ac Lafayette was stepping about briskly on
cused of the murder of Chinese mis the streets of McMinnville last Monday. last two national encampments, but efficient defense against all forms of
sionaries are to be executed by the A son was born to Mrs. F. H. Barn this will be the first action taken. malaria. It can be depended upon in
dyspepsia, liver and kidney trouble.
A protest is sure to follow.
consent of the viceroy.
hart on the 1-th.
The Thing !
T. A. White,
Time to cover Fall and
have at last been reached
The place at Apperson’s
His Fall and Winter stock is now complete
in every line.
In Dress Goods he excels all others in quantity
quality and finish.
Men’s Ladies’ and Children’s Underwear in
cotton, wool and Jersey ribbed. Noted for quality,
elasticity and durability.
HOSIERY. The latest productions in
plain and ribbed, from lowest value to best medium.
BOOTS & SHOES. We have
the greatest stock and variety to select from.
HATS 8c CAPS. With all due def
erence to what others tell, we carry a few.
Headquarters for Blankets, Quilts, Lace Cur
tains, Ribbons and Notions.
Mackintoshes, Oil Clothing, Rubber Goods,
Men’s, Boy’s and Youth’s Clothing and Staple Groc
eries always kept in stock.
R. M. WADE & CO.
W. G. HENDERSON.
C ity S tables ,
(Third Street, between E and F.)
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
S. WILSON, manager.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
Cotton and Woolen Yarns, all piece goods, and
the celebrated Peacock Carpet Warp found here.
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR.
FALL AND WINTER WRAPS
The Newest and Latest are now on display.
Sole agents in this county for the celebrated
Butterick Patterns. Showing the latest mode in
making, the style and the material. Used everywhere.
We don’t claim to be cheapest,
as we buy only from houses whose reputation stands
unchallenged for square, honest dealings. Who
make no claims of giving something for nothing, but
who claim to give every buyer the best value possible
for their money. Our efforts are to succeed and
merit patronage by fair, honest dealing. We chal
lenge the closest investigation of all.
by introduction of the
most modern machin
Always up to the times.
All work Guaranteed.
Prices always reasonable.
NEW FALL STOCK
The public is cordially invited to call and inspect the many
Seasonable Attractions and Novelties.
Æ. J. Al’PEESOX
The Best, Largest and Most LpTo-Date Lines of
CLOTHING and DRY GOODS
SHOES and HATS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods
Large Line of Men’s, Ladies’ and Boys’ Mackintoshes
Of the approaching winter is that Hodson has
put in stock a fine lot of Heating Stoves. They will
be sold cheaply.
This is the hunting season. As a result Hodson
has a large supply of ammunition of the very best
quality. It will pay you to buy of him.
In Great Variety of Styles aud Price.
These goods were bought early for spot cash, and we are
able and willing to give customers the advantage of better
prices than they can obtain elsewhere. Quick sales and small
profits will be our motto.
Our store will be closed Thursday, Sept. 19th, aud
Saturday, Sept. 28th, until 6p. m.
The best plow for the least money is what is de
sired; as a result Hodson has just snch a plow.
14-Hoe Drill, $70
Fire Lighters, 25c.
O. O. HODSON.
W. L. WARREN
Real Estate and Loan Agent
OFFICE IN WRIGHT'S NEW BLOCK
At State Contract Prices.
And everything used in School, at
G reat ....
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BOOK Be MUSIC STORE,
The GREAT NORTHERN RY. is a new transcontinental line. Runs Buff
et-Library-Observation cars, palace sleeping and dining cars, family tourist sleep
ers and first and second-class coaches. Having a rock ballast track, the GREAT
NORTHERN RY. is free from dust, one of the chief annoyances of transcontinen
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For further information call upon or write
All kinds of Watches, Clocks
A. H. PAPE, Agent, McMinnville, Oregon.
and Jewelry for eale at
Or C. C. DONAVAN, General Agent, 122 Third St., Portlaud, Ore.
bard times prices.
Brick Building, Third St., McMinnville.
£&”Mail orff ere promptly attended to.
All kinds of Fine,
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
D. A. SMITH’S
Jeoielry Store * * *
“While down in the western part of
the state sometime ago,” says Mr. Chal
mers, editor of the Chico(CaL) Enter
prise, “I had an attack of dysentery.
Having heard of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I bought
a bottle. A couple ©f doses of it com
pletely cured me. Now I am a champion
of that remedy for all stomach and bowel
complaints.” For saje by S. Howorth &
Hones for Sale.
yy J. STRONG,
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
OPENS OCTOBER 5th, 1895.
The Largest and Most Complete Display ever made ot the Resources, Industries,
Commerce, Business, Agriculture, Forests. Mines, Fruit, Fisheries, Manufactures,
and Transportation Facilities of the Great Pacific Northwest.
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
of all kinds promptly done. First door west of Fine Music.
McMinn ville National Bank.
Special Attractions Every Day.
Reduced Rates on all
Crop mortgages, chattel mortgages, Single Admission, 25c. Children Under 12 Years 10c. Season Tickets $3.
One pair of good heavy horses weigh real estate mortgages, notes, receipts,
ing 1400 lbs each, lor sale for cash or orders, etc., can always be had at thia
trade for other stos fc. O, S. K zhqqo .
For Exhibit Space apply at the Exposition Building to
E. C. MASTEN, Secretary.
C. H. HUNT, Sup’t.